Originally Posted by FortRocky
I agree with Ray but I have a refrig door issue of my own. I now own Ray's 2006 Safari and the metal door panel keeps sliding down. Is it just double stick taped in place or are there supposed to be clips to hold it in place.
Sorry to piggyback on someone else's post but I'm very new to this.
My first TT of any kind and we jumped right to the front of the pack with our beautiful Airstream. We absolutely love it.
Ray, you took excellent care of it
Small world for Airstreams.
When Windish in Denver did some work on the 2006 23 footer, they scratched the refrigerator door stainless metal. Replaced it. It would slide down after traveling. I took a strip of wood you would use to wedge a door or window frame at the bottom of the door, between the outside frame and door bottom plastic. That was how I took care of it. I tried to figure out how to get the door off, but it is riveted as well as bolted. If I have the original door metal, I will PM you. I do not recall if I kept it or tossed it away. The 25 footer had the larger refrigerator and that was something my wife wanted. I wanted the 15 inch tire option rated D's. Otherwise I would still own that 23 footer.
The problem with the door on this Thread is the top bracket is bent upwards. It needs to be bent down. Otherwise this door will keep coming off the hinges.
Go to any RV retail/service shop and get yourself a couple of hinges off a junker in the trash bin. You will need to drill the rivets to get them off for spares.
If you are reluctant to bend that hinge where it should be, let someone who can. You have nothing to lose. Either it works or needs to be replaced. I would say you have a better chance it would work to bend it downward. Without seeing why it became bent is a problem, but you need to decide what your options are.