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My name is Peter. I am a retired field service refrigeration technician.
You did not post your model number which is located on a label on the inside liner wall of your fresh food section.
First remove the bottom grill or toe plate in front of your refrigerator. This plastic piece is either held on with one screw at each end or pop out clips. If clips pull the plate straight out about 2" from each end. This plate is easier to remove with both doors open.
Refrigerator Leveling Screws: Most refrigerators have two leveling screws in the front, one on each side. These screws are for leveling the refrigerator from rolling on the wheels. Turn these screws counter clockwise.
Refrigerator Wheel Locks: Some refrigerators have a lever bar on the outside of the front wheels to lock the wheels in place.
Refrigerator Independent Wheel adjustment Screws: Some refrigerators have two hex head screws on each side. They raise and lower both the front and back wheels.
A refridgerator will roll forward and back you cant lock the wheels. If the floor slants that much you can take little peices of wood or carboard to place in front of the wheels so they dont roll.If you have anymore questions please comment me back so I can further assist.
The wheels are small, if on linoleum or something soft, they will settle in and require a bit extra to get it rolling. Put a rope around the outside, slide it near the bottom, to get a better grip without tipping it.
Remove the kick plate at the bottom, then you will see the head of a bolt this raises and lowers the wheels, I'm assuming your wheels are up turn bolt clockwise. Thier will be a bolt on each side. The wheels are contained inside of a sheetmetal housing. Once the wheels are down you will be able to roll it back and forth. Go to www.appliancehelponline.com enter your model # and it will bring up a diagram of your unit. The diagram needed is the one for the cabinet. Hope this helps.