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Replacing the Insulation in an RV Refrigerator/Freezer

Our refrigerator/freezer in the RV had meat in it that we forgot about once spring got here. The juice from it ran down the inside walls. I tried pouring bleach with water hoping it would clean it when it ran down the sides as well. After trying several things: kitty litter and coffee we decided to take it out since I'm sure it soaked into the insulation. A new one would cost us $1,300.00. Is it possible to take the insulation off and put new on and has anyone tried this with a RV freezer/refrigerator?

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May 28, 20100 found this helpful

Do you live near a RV plant? Know anyone that works there? Employees can purchase any items that they put into their RV's for a drastically reduced price. You might also advertise on Craigs list or freecycle.org. Seems like you could cut the cost of a purchase by going to an RV salvage place possibly.Good luck:)

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July 12, 20130 found this helpful

Hello friends, I believe these RV refrigerator DIY videos might help you. Look at FRVTS on you tube.

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