Well, how about that... I just replaced the same model fridge in our 2000 16 SD, DLX Scamp.
Getting the old one out was the challenge. Besides the 6 screws in the front, and two at the rear (outside) I found there were a row of screws - under the stove top - and metallic duct tape - holding down aluminum baffling to the top of the fridge. And, a side panel - accessible thru the cabinet below the sink - glued to the side of fridge; and an electric outlet box screwed to it inside the cabinet. Once I got all that stuff loose the fridge came out easily.
the new one went in much easier, now that I knew all the tricks.
The metal baffling is screwed down to the fridge as before, and sealed with metal duct tape. As well as the side panel.
Have you had any trouble with running on 12 volts? We found that the factory wiring is to light
, and results in only 10.5 volts at the fridge, due to too much resistance. I ran a 12 gauge wire directly from the battery
. Now it shows 11 to 11.5 volts on battery
power - which we use while traveling, just make sure to turn it off when parked for any length of time, so you dont run your car battery