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My fridge is stuck between the wall.. Trying to get it out but I can't ... Need a solution to get it out??!! Thanks

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Use the wd-40 WITH extension for to loose and help wait by 30 minutes and try it.
God bless you

Posted on Jul 13, 2013

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  • Isabelle Jul 13, 2013

    Thanks

  • ernesto cuadra
    ernesto cuadra Jul 13, 2013

    o.k

  • Isabelle Jul 13, 2013

    My only problem there's no gap between the walls :-( have to find a way to slide it out any suggestions most welcome

  • ernesto cuadra
    ernesto cuadra Jul 14, 2013

    use wd-40 and wait 30 minutes. God bless you

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