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Old 01-04-2011, 03:20 PM   #1
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Frig nightmare

I wanted to install the water supply line on my frig. So today I disconnected the water line, the gas line, the 110 & the 12v supply. Piece of cake!! I had a friend stop by to help slide it out. We could not get out more then a inch or two. I broke a handle ($32.) If anyone ever asks you tell them not to pull by the handle, Just FYI. I gave up and decided it would be easier to have a bag of ice!!!

Next week I am going to remove the manual tv dish and install a Monosat tv dish. Watch for the posting next week on that project.... I love doing it myself, I love doing it myself, I love doing it myself, I love doing it myself....
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LOL some days be that way..............
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Doing it yourself is the best way. But sometimes you need to research & research prior to pulling the handle.
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Doing it yourself is the best way. But sometimes you need to research & research prior to pulling the handle.
I wish you have posted that yesterday!
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If you have access to FMCA.com, Page 44 of the August 2009 issue of Family Motor Coaching illustrates a fairly easy way to replace the ice maker water line with the $8.00 PEX tube from Home Depot.
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If you have access to FMCA.com, Page 44 of the August 2009 issue of Family Motor Coaching illustrates a fairly easy way to replace the ice maker water line with the $8.00 PEX tube from Home Depot.
I do not belong to FMCA so I do not have access. Thanks
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