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    Residential fridge

    We currently have an grand design reflection 367 and it has a dometic rv fridge Rm1350. Just curious what is involved in replacing it with a standard residential fridge? I should say we are on a permanent location with wheels off and skirted.
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    You will need to install an inverter to power the fridge from your batteries when not connected to shore power.
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    We are permanently parked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bradleyburgess View Post
    We currently have an grand design reflection 367 and it has a dometic rv fridge Rm1350. Just curious what is involved in replacing it with a standard residential fridge? I should say we are on a permanent location with wheels off and skirted.
    There are several posts about installing a residential fridge.
    Advanced Search: residential fridge

    Check clearances inside kitchen, size of fridge opening: height, width, depth.
    Change fitting on propane line at RV fridge, disconnect DC power from RV fridge.

    Couple of posts:
    https://www.mygrandrv.com/forum/show...l=1#post323383
    https://www.mygrandrv.com/forum/show...stall-Pictures
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    I've watched plenty of videos on youtube about doing this and it depends on the size of the fridge. The big ones need a large window or a slide removed to get it in/out. RV's when built, get all their cabinetry and appliances etc. installed before the walls are attached. Getting them out isn't always an easy task.
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    I've got a 367BHS as well. I've been toying with the idea of doing the swap to residential, but Im not sure it will fit through the door with the bunkhouse wall. Maybe with taking the doors off. Might be able to take the window out by the dining table, and bring it through the window opening.

    If you do tackle this, please post what you did and how you did it. There's several other posts on the forum about the swap, but no one with a 367.

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