My Refrigerator Has a Vibration Noise

Your refrigerator might vibrate for a few reasons. In some instances, the height of the refrigerator door and freezer door do not match up. If the refrigerator door compartment door were higher than the the freezer compartment door, you would follow a slightly different process to fix the vibration than you would if the freezer compartment door were higher than the refrigerator compartment door. Refrigerators also vibrate if they are not level on the floor.

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Level your refrigerator doors to reduce vibration.

Freezer Below Refrigerator

Step 1

Lift up and out to remove the base grill from the bottom of the refrigerator.

Step 2

Insert a flat head screwdriver into the opening in the groove in the left leveling leg.

Step 3

Turn the leg clockwise until the freezer door is aligned with the refrigerator door.

Step 4

Replace the base grill.

Refrigerator Below Freezer

Step 1

Lift up and out to remove the base grill from the bottom of the refrigerator.

Step 2

Insert a flat head screwdriver into the opening in the groove in the right leveling leg.

Step 3

Turn the leg clockwise until the refrigerator door is aligned with the freezer door.

Step 4

Replace the base grill.

Not Level

Step 1

Place a level on top of the refrigerator to determine if there is an imbalance and to which side the appliance is leaning.

Step 2

Pull to roll the refrigerator away from the wall.

Step 3

Turn the roller adjusting screws counterclockwise with a socket wrench to lower the refrigerator. The adjusting screws are found on the back of the refrigerator, near the rollers.

Step 4

Turn the roller adjusting screws clockwise with a socket wrench to raise the refrigerator.