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Wheel adjustment on a ge fridge

How do I adjust the height on a side by side ge fridge?

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  • ssmoonsammy Jan 03, 2009

    Thanks I will try that, I am sure it would work.

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    Height adjustment

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If you take the front kick plate off by pulling on it. once the front kick plate at the bottom of refrig. is off bend down and you will see 1 bolt head that looks bigger than the rest of them. 1 on each side of the refrig. now if you need to lower the refrig turn to the left. to raise turn to the right. this do it for you. thanks eddy

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