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Old 06-08-2014, 09:35 PM   #1
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Solar refridge vent fan

This is my first time posting, hopefully this goes well. We just purchased a new Crusader 335bhs and have noticed that the Refrigerator ( Dometic ) has a fan that is a bit noisy and cycles often. Spoke to the dealer, said it is normal and will check later in the season when they are less busy. I purchased a couple computer fans, but at least for now I haven't come up with a idea to cleanly install them. I did some exploring this weekend and things are tight, can't see the fan from the bottom or the roof vent.
Has anyone had any luck with the solar roof vent fan from Camco? This is a bit expensive, but seems like a good solution. It sounds like it can be also hooked to 12v for night or cloudy days.

Any ideas would be helpful.

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Old 06-08-2014, 09:59 PM   #2
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Forget about it, those little cells have 1/100 the power those noisy fans generate at high speed. On a hot day you need that cooling capacity.
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