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  • Coy N Terri Rice
    Coy N Terri Rice Newmar Owners Group:
    May 11, 2020For those of you that switched out your refrigerator to a residential one, how did you get the refrigerator in? It's a hair to big to bring in they the front door. Anyone use the living room window and take it out?
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      Denise Washington May 11, 2020 We replaced the refrigerator in our Tiffin Allegro. We took the doors off the new fridge and were able to squeeze it in the door.  I think we did the same to the old fridge to get it out. It’s been almost 4 years so don’t really remember 
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      B and B May 11, 2020 We have a 2005 Newmar Kountry Star, took out the drivers side window, pushed the seat as far back as it would go, leaned it all the way back, out with the old 4 door Norcold, in with the new Samsung without an issue
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      Richard N Carolyn Helloroad May 11, 2020 I used living room emergency window. Remove blind and laid the shipping cardboard across opening. 4 people required. 2strong men to lift out of truck which is close to window. Once up and leveled slide in and guided by two others inside Ha...  more
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      Travel'n Texans (Sam and Cindy) May 14, 2020 Good Morning Coy N Terri We changed out the frig in out 04 Essex a couple of years ago. I had to do some minor modifications to the cabinet where the RV frig was (just removed a lower storage drawer and upper cabinet) but it worked out Great! I too...  more
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      Gerry and Ginnie Benjamins September 2, 2021 I took of fridge door and hinges but still needed to remove the door frame assembly to get that extra inch.  Easily done and replaced, though.
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