OK, I'll bite...actually, I thought about removing the fridge, but looking at the bits from the outside, then the inside made me change my mind. If you don't mind Daniel, would you describe the fridge removal process for me?
Is it a one-person job or will I need help to lift or carry it?
As with the furnace, removing the fridge isn't really something you do just for fun
. If you do settle on a good reason to pull it out, though, you should probably use that opportunity to have it serviced and tested.
You should be able to locate the service manual for your fridge which explains how to remove it. In a nutshell, it involves disconnecting the propane
line, 12V and 120V, removing the bolts that hold the fridge onto its base, and wiggling it out. Putting it back in is a bit trickier because you need to ensure a proper seal around the rear of the fridge so that heat and any exhaust gases are properly evacuated and do not end up inside the trailer. Problem is that whatever is sealing it before you pull it out may move with the fridge or fall
apart during the process, so you should be prepared to do such things as removing access panels, using a rivet gun, etc.
I believe smaller fridges weigh about 50 lbs or so.