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Old 04-02-2015, 09:00 PM   #15
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AHHHH...the glory of it all! I bet you are glad you didn't have to take out any windows.

One thing I see with your location that is similar to ours is the wall next to it. I don't know if you realized it yet but it would appear you will have to take the left door off if you want to adjust any shelves. You might even need to take the right door off too but if your hinge is like mine maybe not.

This assumes you can't "tilt" the shelves. My model puts the shelves in a slotted run so they only come straight out and without being able to open the right side door all the way, the door shelves are in the way.

Now go find something that is getting REAL cold in that refer to celebrate!

The Jenn Aire in our rig is like that too. After stuff fell out and spilled I tried to clean the mess up inside. To do a thorough job I need to remove the shelves and it doesn't appear that I can do that and leave the doors on. Good planning/execution there CC!
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