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French door fridge doors out of line

Posted by tadhg555 (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 10, 12 at 14:31

We recently installed a Liebherr french door stand-alone fridge (2062). The unit is level, but last night I noticed that the doors are slightly out of alignment (about 1/4 inch or so). Not a huge deal, and it doesn't affect the functionality, but now that I've noticed it it's hard to miss and I wonder if there's a way to fix it. Does anyone have any ideas? I can't find good info from the manufacturer.


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RE: French door fridge doors out of line

Does your Liebherr come with a manual, or can you find one online?

Seems like this is a fairly common issue during installation. My Samsung FD fridge had something in the manual about adjusting doors if they appear out of alignment.


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RE: French door fridge doors out of line

The manual talks about adjusting the height of the freezer drawer doors, but nothing that I could see about alignment of the french doors. I'll look some more.


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