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Old 10-12-2015, 09:30 PM   #1
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Removing Fridge '85 Sovereign

Just started working on gutting the AS; got some help from some good people from Parker Texas who volunteered to start me of. (Thanks so much Jim and Wife; I owe you guys. I will be forever grateful to them).

I now need direction on removing the Norcold Fridge.
The electric and gas lines have been unplugged from the back. Not sure what next.

Are there any rivets I need to remove?
Is it screwed or bolted to the floor somewhere?

I am still not able to upload pics here. so here is a link to the pics in photobucket. I unscrewed 2 screws as u can see on the pic. and that was all I could find.

Fridge by mkamanu | Photobucket


Thanks in advance.
Miriam
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Old 11-09-2015, 11:45 PM   #2
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Tip on uploading pics, I discovered how easy the iPhone app is to use !
Much easier than the website for uploading pics.


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Old 11-10-2015, 05:38 AM   #3
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If it's anything like a Dometic there should be 2 screws in the rear at the base and 2 at the front at the base and 2 at the top front . I made a 2x4 frame stand to slide mine out on to when i removed my old one they weigh around 100 lbs. It's a tight fit in the opening you may need to give it a good push to get it moving .
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If it's anything like a Dometic there should be 2 screws in the rear at the base and 2 at the front at the base and 2 at the top front . I made a 2x4 frame stand to slide mine out on to when i removed my old one they weigh around 100 lbs. It's a tight fit in the opening you may need to give it a good push to get it moving .
forget about the stand I just looked at your pictures .
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