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January 30, 2012

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Marilyn

Love the fridge -- can't wait to see it in place. I know Paul will do an excellent job -- he always does!

Marsha

Oh how exciting. You will be in heaven, Margery, with all the room in the refrig and freezer. It looks beautiful! I LOVE my refrig. I can't remember how I lived with that little Norcold. Can't wait to see how the cabinet building goes.

Ken Muller

Thanks for all the great pictures. We ordered a Samsung RF197 Refrigerator from Lowes today.

wrightrichard007

Wow this looks like it was quite the task. Well done on being creative to get it in there. Not thinking straight, I probably would have tried to get it through one of the residential windows here in Vancouver ha. http://www.retroteckwindow.ca/retroteck-single-hung-residential-windows-vancouver.htm

Dave

it looks like a real project. We have a Travel Supreme with a GE residential fridge in it. I think something is starting to give out as it is making an awful noise. Have you any idea how it is held in place or where I can go to find out how to get it out. I havent been able to see ant bolts or screws holding it in place. I think it is one of those things that is put in and then the walls are put on. Any help would be appreciated.
Dave

kelly

When the new fridge got put in place of the old Norcold, how did you secure it so that it will not fall over while travelling down the road?

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