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Old 08-17-2016, 01:23 AM   #1
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Did your Cedar Creek come with these 2 items?

I recently purchased a 2016 36KTS. I am inquiring of others who purchased this unit if it contained storm windows for front door and clips for residential refrigerator to prevent door opening during travel?
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Old 08-17-2016, 06:49 AM   #2
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I got the storm windows, but no clips for the fridge. we got a strap for the fridge, and was also told to strap the microwave door shut too.
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Old 08-17-2016, 08:28 AM   #3
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We have the 2017 35ik. Storm Windows and strap for fridge

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Old 08-17-2016, 08:46 AM   #4
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I guess I don't know what storm windows for the door are, but I don't think I have them.

As for the Fridge.........no. We only got some small strap, but the first trip with $200 worth of food, the strap was not Tarzan Tight, and it came open slightly, food ruined. Since then, I get a real ratchet strap, ratchet the two Refrig doors shut where they can NOT move, then put the strap around those two doors AND the freezer door on bottom and Tarzan Tighten that one too. That's worked so far, but a sure pain. Sure wish there was a built in metal type, HD slide bar, to hold the 3 doors totally shut.
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Old 08-17-2016, 09:21 AM   #5
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We have the Storm windows for the screen door. (The windows are clear Plexiglas and are held in place by four screen retainers. For those that do not know.)
With the 19 Cu FT refrigerator this came with a screw in star wheel that retains both upper and lower doors closed when traveling. This has worked will and the doors remain closed with no issues such as opening on the road.
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Old 08-17-2016, 09:32 AM   #6
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We have the Storm windows for the screen door. (The windows are clear Plexiglas and are held in place by four screen retainers. For those that do not know.)
With the 19 Cu FT refrigerator this came with a screw in star wheel that retains both upper and lower doors closed when traveling. This has worked will and the doors remain closed with no issues such as opening on the road.
*sheepish*

So yeah, I have 'em!
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Old 08-17-2016, 10:39 AM   #7
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The screw holding my refrigerator doors shut during travel I cross threaded the screw and I put a strap on the doors, works better. I'll put a strap on the microwave, the door does open some during travel


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We got the storms, but nothing for the fridge door.
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I was whining about my fridge doors coming open the other day and grouchmore came up with a solution I am going to try this weekend. I bought the scotch fastener strip (see attached pic) at home depot for about $10. It is like hd velcro and has an adhesive on one side. I am going to stick a small piece on the top of the fridge, a small piece on top of each top door and and use about a 6" piece on each door to hold the top shut and use the factory strap to hold the freezer shut. As long as the adhesive sticks, should solve the open fridge doors
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We have the Storm windows for the screen door. (The windows are clear Plexiglas and are held in place by four screen retainers. For those that do not know.)
With the 19 Cu FT refrigerator this came with a screw in star wheel that retains both upper and lower doors closed when traveling. This has worked will and the doors remain closed with no issues such as opening on the road.
Where do you store your storm windows when you take them off?
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