Question about LG Refrigerators
Pull the fridge out, use a level to determine how much you need to raise the back (hold level so bubble is centered, measure from bottom of level to floor.) If there is no adjustment on the back get a piece of wood the thickness of your measurement, place in the back of fridge opening, push in and tip up back to place it on wood. If there is adjustment on the back, use the measurement to adjust that much before putting it back in place. You got something cold to drink in that fridge? Have a cold one, good job! countrycurt0
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
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