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Frigidaire Side-by-Side Built in

How do I roll out a built in that has leveling bolts at the front so that I can clean beneath it? It is a Frigidaire Side-by-Side cabinet depth built in model KSB525FKBL01

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Adjust bolts until rollers are touching floor. Grab the unit low and on the outsides of both doors. It should then roll out fairly easily.

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