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PostPosted: Sun Aug 14, 2016 11:35 am 
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Father time and a dodgy shoulder is now hindering me when lifting integrated fridge/freezers into units

Are there any lifting gadgets etc that anyone can recommend

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Another pair of hands is all I can think of mate!

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I made up a platform to match the base height. I found it easier to tip the fridge up on the platform and then slide it in to the unit.

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dewaltdisney wrote:
I made up a platform to match the base height. I found it easier to tip the fridge up on the platform and then slide it in to the unit.

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I've used that method before when necessary, another pair of hands is a much simpler option.

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if the doors are fitted first a platform is better than 2 pair of hands, still pita tho


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if the doors are fitted first a platform is better than 2 pair of hands, still pita tho

Depends how strong you are I suppose. If you open the freezer door they are a doddle to lift in with 2 pairs of hands.

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