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Old 07-03-2012, 12:45 AM   #1
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Our Cool New Fridge Door Panels!

I wasn't crazy about the smoked glass fridge door panels we had and when I saw some leftover stamped stainless at our renovater's shop, I just knew it would be perfect. Well, it came in and he installed the new panels last weekend and I think it looks fantastic. it's stamped stainless in a cool raindrop pattern -- has a little bling to it but the texture really makes it look cool and fingerprints down show up like they do on plain stainless!
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Very Cool!!!!!
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Old 07-20-2012, 04:14 PM   #3
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nice!
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I'm thinking of doing this also but haven't looked at the construction. Is it hard to get old ones off? Thanks!
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mtbguy -- we didn't do the work ourselves but I believe the panels on the fridge just pop right out...I know you can buy replacement panels at Camping World if you want something more basic and it looked like a simple installation....
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Just take the trim piece off at the top of each door, shift the panel up out of the bottom groove. The panel is thin enough to be flexxed out, reverse the procedure to install another.

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Thanks for the tip, this will be easy!
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