How can I secure wire baskets in the refrigerator so they don't fall?

It is as though the plastic walls the channels-runners that hold the baskets in place are sprung (too wide) allowing the wire baskets and their contents to drop to the bottom of the freezer. It gets hot out there in the summer, but the refrigerator keeps the two sides (regular and freezer) at the proper temperature for food storage. Any ideas?

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  • You can buy a thin plastic sleeve from the hardware store that will slide over the end of the basket making it slightly wider. This should stop it falling out.

  • Jewellmartin Jewellmartin on Oct 24, 2019
    Perhaps the frozen freezer racks have expanded a bit. You could try a piece of strong cardboard under each shelf. Or an empty sturdy cardboard box on the bottom of the lowest shelf to stabilize the whole unit. Or maybe the rack runners need a thin layer of foam to make them fuller and more secure. Jewell

  • D D on Oct 25, 2019

    Thank you so much.