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Old 04-26-2016, 11:15 AM   #1
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Installing a residential refrigerator

We have a Monaco Diplomat 2004 40’ that had a Norco 1200, it was too small for full timing so I replaced it with a residential counter depth LG 23.5 quft French door refrigerator.
The Norco was 65” tall 32”wide, the LG 71” tall and 36” wide. To make it fit I removed the furnace that was below, (that furnace only heated the bedroom and was never used) removing it gave me the extra height to make the LG fit, I also had to modify the pull out pantry to gain the 4”. The Norco with the doors removed (24”)) fits through the entry door and the LG with the doors removed is also 24”, it took a little work to make it fit but was well worth it.
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