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Hi! Naffed Off With Neff fridge door
#1
Hi all, was trawling through the ifs and buts of fitting doors to an integrated Neff fridge unit and landed on this friendly site! I'm hoping someone can help me with the conundrum of lining up and fitting these doors. Neff website no good at all! Doh 
Any ideas/help gratefully received. Cheers

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#2
We need more inf, model no, under worktop, fridge freezer, fridge, soft closing door.?

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#3
(09-01-2019, 10:38 PM)PREM Wrote: We need more inf, model no, under worktop, fridge freezer, fridge, soft closing door.?

Hi it's a fridge, soft closing door, 176 tall, model K81315X0GB thanks

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(10-01-2019, 12:04 AM)Chappers1 Wrote:
(09-01-2019, 10:38 PM)PREM Wrote: We need more inf, model no, under worktop, fridge freezer, fridge, soft closing door.?

Hi it's a fridge, soft closing door, 176 tall, model K81315X0GB thanks

You mean K8315X0GB ?

If so, the pictoral install instructions are here - http://media3.neff-international.com/Doc...1867_D.pdf

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#5
That's one of the more challenging models to fit, mainly due to the fact that it has an underhung motor/compressor on it. It will not fit inside an aperture of 1760mm.......!

You have to cut out a large proportion of the base of the cabinet that the Fridge sits in. The motor protrudes below the bottom of the fridge itself and fits in the 150mm plinth space.The fitting instructions are pictorial but are pretty self explanatory if you follow them carefully.

Once the fridge is fitted, you have to fit a couple of custom infills along the lower edge of the appliance. These bits all come with the fridge. There is also a special black foam section that needs to be trimmed to allow the correct ventilation in the plinth line.

I hope this helps!

Edit. Daz has beaten me to it.

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#6
Hi guys, thanks very much for your prompt replies! I've got the fridge in but it's the fitting of the doors which has been doing my head in. Any further thoughts?
Cheers Andy.

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(10-01-2019, 10:27 PM)Chappers1 Wrote: Hi guys, thanks very much for your prompt replies! I've got the fridge in but it's the fitting of the doors which has been doing my head in. Any further thoughts?
Cheers Andy.

You say " Doors", so I assume they are 2 separate doors as opposed to a single door?

You will find it easier to join the 2 doors together first before trying to fit them on the fridge either by means of door pins or some sort of flat plates and hang it as one door on the Fridge. Adjust the upper furniture door hanging bracket as per the pictorial instructions, measure its position and fix it to the back of the pre joined doors and adjust it until it hangs correctly. Then fix the brackets into the sides of the door on both sides, constantly checking that the furniture door hasn't moved.

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