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Refrigerator slides on floor causing door to bind

Our lg is installed in a very tight fiting space with a cabinet on one side and a wall on the other side. the problem is the frig slides back on the laminate wood floor causing the right hand door to bind on the wall. Is there an easy way to keep the frig from moving backward in the space? It has to be far enough out so the door hinges clear the wall. About once a week we have to wrestle with this frig to pull it out to clear the edge of the wall.

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There should be some adjustable feet in the front that you can tighten down so that the wheels get pushed off the floor. causing the fridge not to move. if that is already tightened down another idea is to find out the distance from the back wall and get a piece of wood that length and just set it back to prevent the fridge from moving back. hope that helps

Posted on Jun 11, 2008

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