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Old 10-15-2020, 08:42 PM   #1
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Residential Refrigerator Attachment

Found out that the bracket that holds the residential fridge was glued on to the fridge. It came off and damaged the side wall. One front foot was hanging off the slide and the other is almost off. Iím going to add a strip of wood under the fridge for extra support but am looking for suggestions to reattach the bracket to the fridge. Thinking of using JB Weld stick putty or liquid nails. Was also thinking of several small screws into the fridge. There shouldnít be any wires or anything in the top. Itís really just foam covered with thin metal on the outside. Thoughts?Click image for larger version

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Found out that the bracket that holds the residential fridge was glued on to the fridge. It came off and damaged the side wall. One front foot was hanging off the slide and the other is almost off. Iím going to add a strip of wood under the fridge for extra support but am looking for suggestions to reattach the bracket to the fridge. Thinking of using JB Weld stick putty or liquid nails. Was also thinking of several small screws into the fridge. There shouldnít be any wires or anything in the top. Itís really just foam covered with thin metal on the outside. Thoughts?Attachment 64596
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You can use a piece of angle either aluminum or steel and screw it right in the refrigerator. Thatís how they come from the factory. At the bottom you can usually put a screw at an angle thru each side.
We installed a residential refrigerator in my daughter & sil trailer and itís all very secure.
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If I remember tonight I’ll send you some pics of my Pinnacle refrigerator.
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I was afraid to screw anything into the refrigerator when I replaced my old Norcold. Instead, I put in 4 cleats at the top of the slides and the top of the fridge, used heavy industrial strength velcro, rated at 50 lbs, and screwed the cleats into the surrounding frame. So far, so good. But I am open to more ideas on a better way to secure it.
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You can use a piece of angle either aluminum or steel and screw it right in the refrigerator. Thatís how they come from the factory. At the bottom you can usually put a screw at an angle thru each side.
We installed a residential refrigerator in my daughter & sil trailer and itís all very secure.

Mine was from the factory. The angle iron was glued to the fridge and screwed to the wall above. But yes, I was thinking I would screw the angle iron to the fridge.
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