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Old 11-02-2012, 06:42 AM   #1
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Unplugging Full Size Refrigerator

I have a 36BHDS RV with a full size refrigerator and can't find where to unplug it for the winter, does anyone know. The breaker to shut it off also turns off a number of receptacles which I don't want to do. The refrig. is bracketed to the wall so it doesn't move to check behind it. Need your help.
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Check in the outside opening for the refrigerator. It is the big plastic vent on the side the refer is on.
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Check in the outside opening for the refrigerator. It is the big plastic vent on the side the refer is on.
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Old 11-05-2012, 07:10 AM   #5
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I found the receptacle that the refrig is plugged into. It was located on the side of the cabinet between the refrig and the cabinet, really hidden from view. Needed a skinny arm to unplug it but now the power is off to it. Thanks to all for the advice.
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