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Old 05-12-2013, 10:55 PM   #31
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We typically only put the fan on the slide out fridges. You are correct, regular units vent through flue.
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Ok, 24 hours later and average has been from 32 to 38, so it might just be ok. Notice the position of the thermistor, 4th fin over. Fan at bottom in the middle, thermometer in the middle for a good average.
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Old 05-15-2013, 08:28 PM   #33
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Ok, 24 hours later and average has been from 32 to 38, so it might just be ok. Notice the position of the thermistor, 4th fin over. Fan at bottom in the middle, thermometer in the middle for a good average.
Glad to see you may have it under control John...good luck
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Thanks awwall. Time will tell. I left it on and am offshore now. Will have to get my wife to eyeball it. But, it was 36 when I left.

I really look to see the residential fridge / inverter offered in more and more RV's of all types. You see it offered more each year. Cheaper for sure. The estimate for our tiffin was $1500 or so. That was additional batteries, inverter, woodwork and labor. Fridge was around $500. So, initial cost is close to the same as a dometic. That shop was expensive and its actually a project I could do myself for a lot less.
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