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Old 03-14-2012, 07:57 AM   #1
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Installing a refrigator

Hi all I am I the process of installing a new refrigator . I have removed the mounting brackets on the side that hold the refrigator on the back side to the MH. I assume its not a problem to screw into the bottom rear of the refrigator to mount the mounting brackets . I have also removed the slides from the bottom of it.
My question is do I need to install the slides on the bottom ? I think the reason the slides are there is to let air circulate around the refrigator .
I am going to let the dealer hook up the gas and electric .
The second question is where can I purchase the black glass panel for the doors.
I was under the impression that the old panels would work on the new one .BUT they didn't fit.
My MH is a 1995 Itasca sunrise . The refrigator is a Norcold N641 2way
Thank fro your help

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Old 03-14-2012, 10:30 AM   #2
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Here is one source for genuine Norcold door panels, but I would just get a local shop to make them. They are just inserts that slip in. If you want black lexan, most any glass shop could curt and fit them. If you want wood, a cabinet shop could do it. Or most any amateur wood worker could probably do either one - I've made some myself.

Door Panels for Norcold72-4850 - PPL Motor Homes

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Old 03-15-2012, 02:59 PM   #3
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Hi Gary , I went to Menards and found black panels that will work great. The best price I was able to find on line is 52.00 +shipping.i spent 25.00 to do both upper and lower doors.
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