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Refrigerator is not level

My floor is not level, and the front legs are not enough to level it, how do i raise one leg even higher when its already fully extended

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You need to have this frig in a place that will allow the adjustment of the legs to level it. You may need to level the floor or move the frig to a different location. You can put one inch boards under the legs that are at the lowest partion of the floor and adjust it farther that way but truely the best way would be to level the floor.

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