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Old 02-09-2013, 02:01 PM   #41
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I don't really know how big 30mm fans are.
Lol 30 mm!


1.181 inches
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Old 02-09-2013, 02:07 PM   #42
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Lol 30 mm!


1.181 inches
Hey - at my age, I never bothered to learn the metric system and don't plan on starting now.

I would GUESS that they are about 6" long and 3-4" high. I looked on their homepage and couldn't find a size.
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Old 02-09-2013, 02:20 PM   #43
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The one I have pictured above inside fridge is a 120mm or 4.724 inches
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The main difference I see is the installation instructions. This one says to route the wire thru the drain tube to the back of the refrig and hook to hot back there. I know some of the newer frig's will not work with the fan wired to the light so this may be a work-around for that problem.
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The main difference I see is the installation instructions. This one says to route the wire thru the drain tube to the back of the refrig and hook to hot back there. I know some of the newer frig's will not work with the fan wired to the light so this may be a work-around for that problem.
I think your right .

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I think your right .

And remember - this manufacturer doesn't want any switches or unnecessary electrical connections that could draw moisture, so one single wire.

As stated before - I have this one and it works great.
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