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It is important to level the freezer. To do so you will need level, generally a 12 inch or 24 inch available at any hardware store.

The legs generally unscrew from under the unit to help in leveling. sometimes, depending upon how unlevel the floor is you may need to use blocks of lumber to level it up.

Posted on Jun 20, 2009

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