LEVELING THE REFRIGERATOR
Make sure the refrigerator is level so that you can
make final adjustments.
Use a level to test if the refrigerator is level both
side to side and back to front.
If the refrigerator is not level, you will not be able
to get the doors perfectly even, which may cause
moisture condensation and increased energy bills.
Below is an example of how to level the refrigerator
if the left side of the refrigerator is lower than the
How to adjust the level
1. Open the freezer drawer and remove the lower
2. Insert a flat-blade screwdriver (-) into a notch on
the left control lever, and then turn it counter-
clockwise to level the refrigerator.
(You turn the lever clockwise to lower the
refrigerator and counterclockwise to raise it.)
Both control levers must be touching the
floor to avoid possible personal injury or
property damage because of tipping.
The refrigerator on an uneven floor may tilt.
To prevent this, adjust the leg so that it
contacts the floor.
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If the right side is lower, perform the same
procedure, but with the right control lever.
It is difficult to remove the cover leg
front from the refrigerator, so we do not
recommend making small adjustments
with the control lever.
Instead, refer to the next page for the best
way to make minor adjustments to the
MAKING MINOR ADJUSTMENTS
Remember, a leveled refrigerator is necessary for
getting the doors perfectly even.
If you need help, review the previous section on
leveling the refrigerator.
The left door is fixed.
To make minor adjustments between
doors, adjust only the right door.
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