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The refigerator is a little wobbly

One corner of the refrigerator is lower and the whole refrigerator is therefore wobbly when I close a door. I know that the adjustjment is probably not too difficult, but I would like to have a description of what the wheel and any adjustment mechanism looks like. A picture is worth a thousand words! I hope I do not have to lie the refrigerator on it's side, god forbid! Any information would be very helpful. Thanking you much in advance.

Wayne Kitchenaid Superba Model KSRS27Q
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Hi Wayne,

I believe I can describe the procedure.

1. Remove the front lower grille.

2. Look on the left and right front lower part behind that grille and you will see one of two things. Leveling legs or you will see bolt heads right over a wheel. These bolt heads are adjusting bolts. I ll go over the bolts because legs are fairly easy.

3. Choose the wheel in the front that is going to support your unit the best and turn the bolt just above it. It will be okay you can turn it with no problems you will see the wheel go up and down. Thats it.

4. I have posted a tip just below for you to read about leveling and doors. If you follow that you will be fine no laying the refrigerator down.

And please if you need further help all you have to do is ask.

A tip about doors.

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