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Hi

 

The attached photo is a part of the salad compartment in my caravan's Dometic fridge.

 

Does any one know what a replacement is called as mine has snapped and I need a new one.

 

Thanks

 

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Nissan X-Trail, Swift Challenger 540 (2010)

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Jon . ... don't waste your money . .. what-ever it is called it won't be cheap . ...

 

Buy a tube of Uhu . .... and glue it back together . .....

 

Simples . .....

 

Cheers

 

Pete

Mine : Land Rover Defender 90, big, black and shiney.
Polly's : Land Rover Discovery Sport, HSE in Scotia Grey . .......
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Go to this site and put your product number in

http://www. leisureshopdirect. com/caravan/home/caravan-spares. aspx?ref=dometic#hashJumptohereSchematics

You should then be able to get a parts list for your particular model

Brian

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Jon . ... don't waste your money . .. what-ever it is called it won't be cheap . ...

 

Buy a tube of Uhu . .... and glue it back together . .....

 

Simples . .....

 

Cheers

 

Pete

I've already tried gluing it, Pete, but it snapped again.

 

I always try the cheap, easy option first!! :D:rolleyes:

Nissan X-Trail, Swift Challenger 540 (2010)

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Look here to identify the part, knowing what to call it

may be useful if you decide to ring around caravan

breakers

http://www. leisureshopdirect. com/caravan/home/caravan-spares. aspx#hashJumptohereSchematics

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Building on Rita's suggest, use a flat piece of plastic \ perspex and glue that over the break (or one either side). Assuming it's a "non-load" part that should be sufficient to repair.

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