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Unlevel freezer door pops open

Freezer door not level and pops open. how can I level it?

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First insure the whole unit is level do this by screwing down or up on the feet with a cresent wrench if thats ok and still have problem you can loosen screws on hinges and level manually most times screws have caps hiding them they just pop off good luck hope this helps

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