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Old 04-02-2015, 07:32 PM   #1
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The wood panels on the Norcold refrigerator door panels seem to have lots of play. Has anyone had this problem and fixed it? We own a 2013 36FL
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Old 04-02-2015, 10:45 PM   #2
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The wood panels on the Norcold refrigerator door panels seem to have lots of play. Has anyone had this problem and fixed it? We own a 2013 36FL
On another Fifth Wheel I owned the wood panels just slid into the frame from the top of the door. They did however used a strip of double sided foam tape to hold it in place. I have not looked closely at the Norcold in my 31SL but I'm fairly sure they insert the same way. You have to remove the top piece of the door frame and then slide the wood in.
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Yep, they are a little loose on our Norcold too, same way on our last SOB 5th Wheel that had a Norcold Refig.
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