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Old 04-20-2014, 05:08 PM   #1
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Dometic panel replacement

Just purchased a used rm 2310 dometic, it had a raised panel oak insert in door. I removed the panel, how would I install a 1/4 ply panel in the door? The plastic frame doesn't seem to come apart

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Generally there is a plastic trim piece on the top of the refrigerator door which comes off with two screws. Then you can slip a new insert into the space. If it is too thin, you may need to make a backer piece to fill the extra space.
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