Question about Refrigerators
Most recent models have casters or skids that will allow for fairly easy removal once you "get a hold on it". Don't hesitate to open the door(s) and use the gap between the door and the chassis to get a grip. I suggest pulling from a point that is lower than the center of the door so it won't have a tendency to tip outward.
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
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