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Old 11-14-2011, 02:39 AM   #15
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Yeah-let me throw it out there.How do you safely disconnect these frigs for remove them when they are the older ammonia ones??.
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Bump-anyone??.
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Old 11-14-2011, 09:48 PM   #17
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I can tell you mine. I had to remove the wood panels that are on both sides. After that is off i could take the top off along with there chimney and then i could get to the four screws,"Big Screws!!". After that i had to take off the doors and my front door too! Turned i on its side and walk it out the door opening. Sounds just like so much fun....
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Dan-I know how to remove it..........I am talking about the gas lease issue.
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A little late now isn't it?? Open the windows and door till it stops fuming and then take it out. I was lucky..Mine didn't even smell... Shouldn't take to long(couple of days) for the smell to go away. Like i said. Mine was nothing . You sound like it must have leaked inside the fridge. Mine was leaking on the chimney. All the smell was outside. It never came into the house.Maybe someone else can add something to this??
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A little late now isn't it?? Open the windows and door till it stops fuming and then take it out. I was lucky..Mine didn't even smell... Shouldn't take to long(couple of days) for the smell to go away. Like i said. Mine was nothing . You sound like it must have leaked inside the fridge. Mine was leaking on the chimney. All the smell was outside. It never came into the house.Maybe someone else can add something to this??
I sure hope so.I thought I was going to die when I got hit with it the first time.I sure don't want to got threw that again!!!.And I had the side door open too.Yes the frig did have a smell to the inside of the frig,but nothing near as when I unhooked it.I am not kidding,I thought I was going to die.I hooked it back up and just pushed it back in place with one of the screws to hold it there until I figured a better way to do this.
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Gary, Do you have a vapor mask?? I would try and use that and get it out of the home. Thats my best guess. I have one that i use when i am painting vehicles and one of them are not that expensive. Try Harbor Freight. The one i got has standard filters that came with it.
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I'll look for it.
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I don't think that there is any has-mat issues on the fridge itself. Mine went into the trash. Now, that's here, Not sure about back in Ohio. Are you going to get another rv fridge, or are you going total electric?? another thing. You can get a new unit for the fridge. If it is in good shape i would just get the guts and reuse the fridge. I have a link here somewhere, I will try and find it for you, Dan
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I knew i had it here: RV Mobile Parts Page
Hope this well help, Dan
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In my notes Dan which I don't have in front of me at the moment I have a Norcold replacement model number.
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That will work! Later fellow, Dan
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