How to Adjust Your LG Refrigerator

LG manufactures many different electronics and home appliances such as cell phones, televisions, microwaves and refrigerators. LG refrigerators are available as side-by-side units or french-door models, which feature two doors to access the refrigerator and place the freezer below the refrigerator compartment. Many elements on an LG refrigerator are adjustable—such as shelf placement, the temperature of both the refrigerator and freezer and the size of the ice cubes produced by the ice and water dispenser—and learning how to adjust yours is a simple process.

Step 1

Press the "Refrigerator" button, located on the front panel of the ice and water dispenser repeatedly to lower the refrigerator temperature. Each time the button is pressed the temperature will drop 1 degree. When the temperature reaches 32 degrees F, it will reset to 47 degrees F.

Step 2

Press the "Freezer" button, located on the front panel of the ice and water dispenser repeatedly to lower the refrigerator temperature. Again, each time the button is pressed the temperature will drop 1 degree. When the temperature reaches -6 degrees F, it will reset to 8 degrees F.

Step 3

Hold the "Freezer" and "Refrigerator" buttons simultaneously for approximately five seconds to change the temperature read-out from Fahrenheit to Celsius.

Step 4

Turn the ice maker on or off by opening the ice-maker compartment and pressing the "Power" button. The ice-maker compartment can be opened using the handle on the left side of the ice maker.

Step 5

Adjust the size of the ice cubes produced by the ice maker by pressing the button below the ice-maker size indicator, located on the ice maker, until the light beside the desired size is illuminated. The available sizes on most models are small, medium and large.

Step 6

Adjust the placement of the interior shelves by lifting the front of one of the shelves, then removing it from the bracket in the rear of the unit. Insert the shelf into the bracket at its new desired location by inserting the hook on the rear of the shelf into the bracket at a 45-degree angle, then lowering the shelf into position.