Date: March 2001 No: IBM 0001 Page 1 of 1

Product Identified: Bottom Mount Refrigerators BB20VW, P1321301W; Models Identified: Models and “P” numbers starting on: BB20VPSE, P1321302W; BRF20VL, P1321303W

Introduction of Four Point Leveling to Cabinet Depth Bottom Mount Refrigerators

In September of 1999, Amana introduced a four point leveling leg system to improve the leveling and ease of installation of the units.

NOTE: Level refrigerator using a level placed on top outer edge of the refrigerator.

Remove toe grille by grasping both ends and pulling straight out from unit. Grille snaps free. The left and right corners of front cabinet base each contain 2 screws to allow individual adjustment of all four

corners. Adjust the front and rear of each corner until leveling is complete. Turn roller adjustment screws to the right to raise cabinet, or to the left to lower cabinet.

Front of refrigerator must be ¼” (6 mm), or ½ bubble on your level, higher than the back of your refrigerator. After leveling, turn stabilizing legs clockwise until firmly against floor.

A A Rear roller adjustment B B Front roller adjustment C Stabilizing leg


Locate metal clips mounted to inside of toe grille assembly. Hook bottom set of clips inside metal molding beneath freezer. Press forward on upper part of grille until top portion snaps into place.

Metal clips

Amana Appliances 2800 220th Trail Amana, Iowa, 52204 319/622-8916 Fax 319/622-8596