HOW DO I LEVEL MY REFRIGERATOR?
First, check to make sure the floor under the refrigerator is level. If the floor is not level, shims can properly level the refrigerator. Next, open the refrigerator doors to 90 degrees and remove the base grill. Close the doors to help stabilize. Then, with the help of a friend, follow the instructions in your product’s manual to adjust the leveling feet located on the brackets using a ¼ inch open-ended wrench. Each leveling foot can be raised or lowered independently.
A refrigerator that is not leveled correctly or does not have the doors properly aligned could have issues with doors closing properly, frost build-up and moisture problems, temperature fluctuation, vibrations and noise, among other problems.