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Old 09-12-2021, 02:05 PM   #1
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Removing Trillium Fridge?

Does anyone have any tips on how to remove it? We canít get it, seems lodgedÖ
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Does anyone have any tips on how to remove it? We canít get it, seems lodgedÖ
If I remember correctly, there are two screws on the back of the fridge, accessed from the exterior lower hatch. They screw into the floor through the bottom plate. They are easy to miss as they are each in their own depression in the bottom plate, possibly covered in debris.
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Think we got all the screws, but need to detach the propane.. not sure where..
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Think we got all the screws, but need to detach the propane.. not sure where..
What is the model number of your fridge?

Below is your picture, with an arrow pointing to the gas connection. Loosen that coupling and gas connection will come off.
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What is the model number of your fridge?

Below is your picture, with an arrow pointing to the gas connection. Loosen that coupling and gas connection will come off.
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Thank you! Thatís helpful! There is no sticker with model number, where would it be?
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If I remember correctly, there are two screws on the back of the fridge, accessed from the exterior lower hatch. They screw into the floor through the bottom plate. They are easy to miss as they are each in their own depression in the bottom plate, possibly covered in debris.


We found two screws underneath! Still canít get to oneÖ I bet this fridge died in like 1987 and no one has been able to remove since. Itís a beast.
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Thank you! Thatís helpful! There is no sticker with model number, where would it be?
Typically there is a data plate on the door sill. You can see it when the door is fully open.
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