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Old 10-20-2020, 12:01 AM   #1
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I have 2002 Maxum 2400 SCR, and I am trying to remove the refrigerator in order to get to the sump pump and the heater.
I removed those 4 bolts from the frame, thinking it would do the job but the refrigerator didn't even move an inch.
Is there anyone out there knows how to remove it?

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Old 10-20-2020, 12:59 AM   #2
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With the 4 screws removed you need to lift it a little and pull. From what I recall mine didnít seem to what to come out but once it moved it came right out.
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Thanks for the info, Mike!
I will try it.
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With the 4 screws removed you need to lift it a little and pull. From what I recall mine didnít seem to what to come out but once it moved it came right out.
+2 I had the same problem, with the same solution. The fridge is heavier than you think and all of the weight is sitting on the lip of that cabinet. Plus, it's a tight hole.
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Thank you, Mike and shrew!

I was finally able to get the refrigerator out.
It was a tight fit.
I found the shower drain pump, and it was a Jabsco 37202-0000 bilge pump. It stopped working since last year. It looked like a very old model and Walmart still sells it for $180.80. There was a newer model, Jabsco 37202-2012 for $224.48 on Walmart as well.
Is there anyone installed a cheaper sump pump that looks like the attached pic? It was $59.99 on Walmart.
Or should I just get the identical one? The newer model has 4 screw holes while the old one has on only 3.

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My 97í 2400 came with a sump box similar to the second picture. Seems to work fine but I almost never use the shower.
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