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Problem with our new refrigator

We found that it has 2 wheel and 2 leveling screws, but we don't have any idea how can we lock the wheels. We have stone an kitchen's floor and the refrigator could move without real lock. Is it possible to lock the wheels?

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  • ubedos Apr 29, 2009

    Honestly I have looked everywhere and I have no idea on how to lock these wheels...

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