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 Posted: Thu Nov 11th, 2010 07:29 pm
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We have a 20 year old Sub Zero fridge that just died, so I started researching and apparently this thing is bolted to my wall.  It's a built-in and a 48 inch wide fridge.  Anyone have any experience on how to proced carefully ?  I can't see anything behind the motor and wires up top after popping off the grill.  I also heard that it's hard to move, because there is nothing on the bottom to help a dolly wheel it away.

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It's model 590. 48 inch wide , counter deep fridge with water.

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Never mind,  it was just a couple screws on the top and a couple on the bottom and it pulled out.  No sweat.  Just heavy as hell.  And it took two dollys. One on each end. 

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