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Old 08-09-2020, 02:59 PM   #15
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Just to update you on my own experience with my newly installed residential fridge....wow is all I can say. We have been out 3 different times with the new Samsung. Definitely one of the best improvements I have made in my 14 years of RVing! Anyone on the fence I suggest jumping over...just my experience anyway lol.


ABSOLUTELY! All this worry about when I boon dock? HOGWASH I say. You’ll never wish you had the old one back. Unless a person does a lot of boon docking maybe, but not just for the argument that if I ever want to boon dock.
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Anyone know the size plug for propane supply to Norcold refridgerator?
Any other method of removing propane supply? I think there is a t fitting under the stove. New Samsung goes in Thursday!
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I did find the correct plug for the propane 3/8 tapered plug. I also checked to see if I could plug line at the tap for the stove. I would have to take out stove to get at it at that tee.
Samsung goes in Thursday with a forklift thru the left side window.

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Here are some images from my project to remove the nevercold.
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I have the same layout on my Pacifica. I do not have a furnace but all plumbing & electric is under the floor. Fridge is in the slide.
With your 2 plugs, one is 120v feed from shore/generator and the other is 120v feed from the inverter or should be. That is for the ice power. The top is blanked off on the 120v shore feed. not sure why.
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