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GE Profile Side By Side is Unlevel


Where do I find the levelers to level the refrigerator? They are usually in the front behind the cover thing. They are not anywhere I can find.

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They are there just look alittel different- remove front grill . look on floor for roller contact. look at the center line of the roller and follow it up ward into the compartment you will see a threaded bolt with a ground head add box end wrench and you can adjust your roller contact with the floor

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