Tuesday, May 02, 2017


How to get your ice back.  First take the old, coolant-leaking refrigerator out of its hole and lay it on the floor.


Remove unscrew a bunch of screws and unhook a bunch of wires.  Remove the old cooling unit.


Put in the new cooling unit.  Replace all the screws and hook up all the wires. 


Lever the refrigerator back into its hole.  Hook up all the electrical and propane connections.  Make sure it’s running correctly.  Leave shut up for 24 hours before using.


Pat yourself on the back for having the foresight to buy a 5-year, comprehensive, extended service warranty.

We’re  glad to have the fridge back!

Louise and Duane

1 comment:

Paul and Marsha Weaver OCT. 17, 2009 said...

Extended service warranty are funny things. If you don't buy them, you need them; if you do buy them, you never use them. Glad it worked this time.