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Old 06-26-2016, 09:27 PM   #1
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replace fridge

I have A 2003 national trade wind 37 ft has any one replaced side by side how do you get it out do you have too take out a window
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you take out a window..... or your RV shop takes out a window
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If you remove the doors on the fridge and if it's a Not So cold, remove the cooling unit on the back it might fit thru the door. Now that being said will the new fridge fit thru the door??? Otherwise you have to remove the driver side window or part of the front windshield.
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Don't know about your door width, but we had a Dometic taken out the front door after 1) remove the door stop so the door would swing fully open, 2) take the doors off the Dometic, 3) take the cooling unit off the Dometic, and 4) rotate the passenger's chair and put if up against the wall. Then two healthy, strong you men took it out. Put in a Samsung RF18 by 1) removing the doors, and 2) taking all of the shelves and bins our of the Samsung. The same two guys brought the Samsung in the same way - through the door. Measure yours to see if it will fit that way.
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i set a post about replacing mine.

It fit through the door with doors off
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As stated by others, measure your door, and then compare to the old frig and new frig. Removing the frig doors is almost mandatory, but that's easy. If it won't fit through the door, then you have to figure out a different path.
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be sure to take into account any over hanging TV's or cabinetry at the door.... that's how my window got removed. Yes the new fridge would fit through the opening of the door, but wouldn't clear the TV overhang.
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