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Cannot remove plastic skids from under my new whirlpool fridge

Help I cannot remove the plastic skids from underneath my brand new whirlpool refrigerator. the skids (grey in color ) appear to be made to prevent execessive movement during shipping. I looked at the skids as closely as the fridge would allow for any set screws or any other thing that may lock these skids on

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The skids are bolted to the refrigerator from underneath. I think they are 13mm or so, you need a friend to help you tilt the fridge and then unbolt them from the bottom.

Posted on Sep 04, 2008

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