I just removed a Dometic RV fridge, which is ~24" deep, from our GulfStream bh camper, which we tow with our diesel pusher, which required me to remove the whole door and frame, which allowed it to barely slip out. The new residential fridge replacing it was the same, ~24" deep, though a lot taller.
I know how to remove and replace my door and frame, now!
I would measure your entry door width, the thinnest point, and compare that to the depth measurement of the fridge, without the doors, or hinges. You may find that it will barely slip thru. Otherwise, you can removed the entry door/frame, which is probably a single unit, which is probably only held in it's frame by external screws, though you may have to also remove some trim to reveal those screws.
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