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Old 04-24-2017
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On sealing up exterior vents - I used 2" foil faced insulation board with aluminum sticky tape for the lower and a sheet of aluminum sheet metal attached with screws (as opposed to rivets), with insulation board under & everything sealed with Dicor for the upper. Doing this BEFORE you put the new refer in place is ALLOT easier. Some have sealed up their lower vent permanently, but I prefer having easy access to the back of the unit if needed. Of course, if you seal both inside venting top and bottom is necessary. Also, that access came in handy when running solar wiring. $50 to pull & place is a steal!

You'll definitely want to do something to keep the drawer/doors from opening when you take a corner too fast. Some have used the bolt or bungee methods. But I like my dual purpose telescoping rubber broom.
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