Originally Posted by Platokidd
So you went from behind the fins of the fridge with a bend / radius to the top of the vent sort of? This stops the hot air building up in the cavity above the fridge. Im gonna look at mine and see what I can rig up.
Yes. I sort of cut some slots in it on each side so i'd have something to attach to the wood and the sides of the frig with staples, and the main deflector lies across the top of frig and curves up to the top of the vent where I stapled it to the wooden frame there. I'm not convinced it helps but definately couldn'd hurt. I feel like some of the heat was escaping into the living area from around and above the frig.
What I'm planning now is to get my hands on a white vent and try to mount a larger fan to the inside of it to act like an attic or exhaust fan that pulls from the bottom up and straight out the vent. I plan to cut out all the vent where the fan is and put a shallow roof vent over it to stop rain. Since I seldom dry camp, and when I do it's winter, I'll do it with a 110V fan if I have to.
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