On 12/31/2010 4:40 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> I guess I should have explained the situation better.
> More than likely, this freezer was brought into the basement through an
> access door for the wood storage area. Since it was put in, a huge, wood
> fired boiler has been installed in the house. That is why the chest
> freezer is still in the house when they sold it.
> Thanks for all the advice. I'll let you know how it turns out.
Not sure if you can't get around the furnace or it won't fit though the
door. If the latter and you only need an inch or so, consider removing
the door AND FRAME. The rough opening is at least two inches wider,
probably more, than the frame opening. Removing and rehanging a door
isn't that difficult, probably easier than cutting up the freezer. Just
mark where the trim goes so you can rehang the frame in the original
Alternately you could disassemble the freezer. Once the outer skin is
removed it may fit through the door.
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