Wow, I think the fridge came out easier than it went in! I now have some broken trim to deal with, all for a 14-month old fridge that needs a new compressor. While the huge fridge is great for our family of 7, I absolutely regret having it. At least with a "true" RV fridge you have a rear access panel to work on it (among many other features).
So while I love having this huge fridge and don't mind the battery usage, etc, hope you never have to remove it to work on it. And hope you never have to replace the whole thing because it's only going out through a removed slide. Ouch.
And you absolutely need the rig posted above, don't even attempt to remove\replace the residential fridge without it. I also recommend removing the door handles to give yourself more room.
The Wandering Irishman
2014 Georgetown 351DS, 5 kids, 2 dogs, and an amazing wife!