Pull the fridge out from the wall.
Locate the water supply line entering the unit. Inspect all the compression nuts for signs of leaks. Tighten the compression nuts using a wrench, turning the nut clockwise to tighten.
Place three quarters on top of the fridge, towards the back of the unit. Place the end of a spirit level on top of the quarters, with the other end facing towards the front of the unit. Check that the fridge is level. If not, move to the next step.
Pull forward on the kick plate at the bottom of the fridge. Insert a screwdriver into the foot adjustment holes at the left and right side and turn the screwdriver to adjust the feet.
Locate the drain tray in the back of the unit, near the compressor motor. Lift the drip tray out of the unit and pour all the water into the sink. Clean out the tray with an equal mixture of bleach and water.
Open up the freezer. Remove the screws holding the back cover in place. Pull off the back cover.
Fill a turkey baster with equal amount bleach and water. Squirt the mixture into the drain hole at the back of the freezer. Reassemble the unit.