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Posted: 04/27/22 01:05pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

LASilvey wrote:

Thank you so much!
Did you get them to lock as desired?


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I sure did - thank you so very much! All these years and I had no idea those pins were there for this very purpose! God forbid they should break...????


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camperfamily wrote:

Those blue clips do not stay when moving the trailer. Good luck with them. I'd be looking for another solution. Like the foam and bungie concept.


I had the same set for 13 years and moved the trailer from the indoor storage to home, about 50 miles one way and they never broke. Not to mention all the back and forth to the local storage place!


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Posted: 05/03/22 11:28am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

The layout of the pantry door allows me to bungee cord the fridge door open for storage.


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Lwiddis wrote:

Once the fridge dries out...two or three days with the door open...I close mine. No issues.


I do the same thing. I use the fridge to store dishes,utensils, cookware, etc. Inside the fridge in the off season. Make sure everything is clean and dry, then close everything. This ensures that everything stays clean and away from any mice that might happen by.

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