Originally Posted by Pahaska
is hard-wired. The 12v wires are short and will give problems if you need to remove the refrigerator. I think they wired it before installing the cabinet. I added extra wire while I had mine out.
The 120v AC plug is above the microwave and can be accessed through the tip-out above the microwave. Easier if you take the tip-out door off temporarily.
The above description is exactly how it is on my '2012 Avenue (floor plan is almost identical to the new Nineteen). I've had my fridge out a couple of times. It is just an easy four screws to slide it out. Easier if you take the door off.
Mine had sufficient length in the 12v wires that I was able to set it on the floor without ever disconnecting wires. The 120v cord was just long enough to allow the fridge to clear an opening so I could reach in and unplug.
Simply reverse the process to reinstall, so you shouldn't be afraid to pull it out if you need to get behind it. I've had to do twice to clear debris from a screen washer at my macerator toilet electronic fill valve.
The fridge is fairly light weight (a one-person job). But beware
of the sharp edges on the rear coils. Why, because I have the scar to show for it.