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Old 07-26-2016, 09:35 PM   #21
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I made a fan from plastic white fence rails and two computer 12v fans with holes pulling air in the bottom and outputting at the fins. Ran wire thru the drain hole. Tales into supply wiring. Works great. Very cheep to make. Fence rail from Home Depot. Fans from Internet. Maybe $30 or less. Switch with light in front to power on or off.
I'd like to see a pic of your mod.
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Old 07-26-2016, 11:22 PM   #22
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I ran mine down the drain tube. Super easy. Hooked into the 12 volt in the back of the fridge. I like this because it was a clean install and nothing will get tangled up in the wire.
Never thought of that route!
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Like Flybob said..... get piggy back spade connector and slip on constant 12v supply at switch.
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Like Flybob said..... get piggy back spade connector and slip on constant 12v supply at switch.
Thanks for the picture! Hooked it up the same way and it works! And si I am clear about this the fan is supposed to attach to the fins and blow air over them?
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