How can I change the flooring under my refrigerator in my travel trailer?
The floor by the door and adjacent to the refrigerator cabinet are rotting. Don't see a leak from the door, how can I find the leak. I think it may be from the refrigerator. what if I have to change the floor under the fridge? how do we do that?
You must remove the fridge from the space, of course! There is no way to do so otherwise. I would check the seals around the door as they are often the cause of floor damage when water seeps around the door.
When the fridge is removed you will possibly be able to ascertain whether or not it is leaking. Replacing the floor should be a simple matter depending on the type of materials used and the particular method of floor installation. Check out my RV floor repair article for more info.
I figured that, but is it a diy job or would a professional have to do that?
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