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Old 06-19-2016, 12:07 PM   #1
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How to remove refrigerator

I have a 2009 30' Classic Limited trailer and I need to replace the TV that is mounted on the wall between the dinette and the refrigerator. The power cord on the new TV is different and I need to replace it. The problem is that there is no give in any of the wires, (cable, audio/video, or power). Seems like the are pinched between the back of the wall and the refrigerator. So I think I need to slide out the refrigerator. Where are the attachment screws that hold the fridge in place? Thanks in advance for any advise.
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Old 06-19-2016, 09:02 PM   #2
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2 bolts in the rear into the floor 3/8" 1each right and left.

4 screws inside , 2 top, 2 bottom right inside the doors when open. They screw up and down into cabinets.

Disconnect propane and unplug 110ac cord

Cut the calking at the bottom of the refer where it sits on cabinet.

Get a milk crate and a friend and slide it out and set it on milk crate. It's heavy.


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While your in there, replace the condensate drain hose off the back of the refer, if it's not brittle and broken, it will be.


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Thank you. I will give it a try and post the result.
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Leave old wires buried inside the wall (out of sight, out of mind). Route new wires to your liking.

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You'll find the refrigerator is (on purpose) very, very tight. For safety reasons, it has to be. Once you unscrew everything, you might find it helpful to have someone push from the back (avoiding wiring, coils, etc), as you pull from the front. Try to push/pull straight ahead. It's easy to get it wedged in place if you try to go side to side. Good luck!
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sheriff1, you had it exactly right. very simple to do. cutting the gunk at the bottom front was absolutely necessary. it wouldn't budge without doing that. it looks like the tv on that wall was a retrofit. thank you and to the other 2 repliers.

A tip: before disconnecting the gas line i bought a flair plug to seal off the end so that it will be easier to restart in gas mode.

I have been a trailer owner for the last 20 years (29' Prowler) but this is my first Airstream.

Thanks again.
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