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Old 07-09-2016, 02:00 PM   #371
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I don't know about that ... a lot of the stuff like fridge is installed in slide or at least put inside before the slides go in... It would be a lot of friggin work if you had to remove slide to get fridge out huh
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Old 07-09-2016, 02:06 PM   #372
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I've already had the fridge out of the slide when I thought the water line was kinked. It's just held in place at the bottom with a piece of molding with 2 screws. I'm not saying that I would want to try and get it out thru the front door by myself, but I think it can be done if you take the refrigerator doors off the unit and then had a buddy or 2 help you get the fridge thru the front door.
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They will most likely take out the large rear window and lift it out that way. Uninstalling and reinstalling the window wouldn't take a RV tech very long.


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Old 07-09-2016, 03:36 PM   #374
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Was told by an RV tech this week that models with residential fridges are starting to see issues with overheating due to lack of ventilation at back of fridge because they are shoehorned in.. 2 things bother me, 1 is I can see this could potentially be an issue, and 2 if it does become an issue and fridge needs to be replaced, how the heck would it get removed from our camper? Appears to large to be removed through the door..

Hopefully we will never need to deal with this.
Well that stinks.
Yes they are shoehorned in.
This is one reason I got the extended warranty
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Old 07-09-2016, 03:37 PM   #375
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Poor install on rear blind and picture above bunk room door.

Rear blind is not broken other than its not on the wall anymore but the lighted mountains are busted and wire's are ripped apart.

The picture had no anchors just screws into a hollow panel.

Rear blind was screwed into the foam under the panelling...

Would it have really cost more to do it right?

Not anymore than the warranty claim I bet.










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Old 07-10-2016, 09:25 AM   #376
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Finally added my rear view camera. Followed Klassic's write up. Also added an RV approved bike rack.




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Nice!
Did you manage to get one of the mounting screws into some solid meat?
I've got mine angled to see the end of my 4 bike bikerack and the front end of a car that enters the top of the screen is 5' away.
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Yes, the screw on the left hit a stud. The one on the right didn't. I added some silicone behind the bracket and in the holes to help keep it secured.


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Tom what camera did you install?

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Here's the camera I used.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...d_hps_bw_c_x_6


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