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Old 06-13-2013, 03:48 PM   #2451
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Residential refer. DH hasn't installed it yet, but he has the other one out, so it is GONE!!!
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Old 06-13-2013, 04:01 PM   #2452
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Progressive Industries Surge Protector. Waiting for lightning and bad RV park wiring.
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Old 06-13-2013, 04:12 PM   #2453
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Progressive Industries Surge Protector. Waiting for lightning and bad RV park wiring.
Same here, its being installed as we speak.
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Old 06-13-2013, 04:31 PM   #2454
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New dual sensor wireless thermometer for reefer.

Thank you for posting this. I also bought these after seeing your post. I’ve been testing them against my SubZero refrigerator in the house and they are “DEAD ON”! Will be great in the MH so I don’t have to open the doors to see the temp on the mercury thermometers.
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Old 06-13-2013, 04:36 PM   #2455
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A search for that model # came up empty, but Hunter makes a Model 41556 that I found for the same price on Amazon.com

Thanks for the great find! My Dometic is bad also.

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Old 06-13-2013, 05:46 PM   #2457
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New Cylinder Head, Radiator, Rear Brakes, Master Cylinder. Hopefully, I can start using it now. My Onan still has a serious oil leak, (seal or pan gasket) but that repair will have to wait. If I find the right deal, I'll just replace it vs have it rebuilt.
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I am ordering this as well, thanks

Amazon.com: ACU_RITE Refrigerator/Freezer Wireless Digital Thermometer 00986: Home & Kitchen


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New dual sensor wireless thermometer for reefer.


Thank you for posting this. I also bought these after seeing your post. I’ve been testing them against my SubZero refrigerator in the house and they are “DEAD ON”! Will be great in the MH so I don’t have to open the doors to see the temp on the mercury thermometers. __________________
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New dual sensor wireless thermometer for reefer.


Thank you for posting this. I also bought these after seeing your post. I’ve been testing them against my SubZero refrigerator in the house and they are “DEAD ON”! Will be great in the MH so I don’t have to open the doors to see the temp on the mercury thermometers.
Let's make that one more to jump on the Bus! Already on order.
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New dual sensor wireless thermometer for reefer.


Thank you for posting this. I also bought these after seeing your post. I’ve been testing them against my SubZero refrigerator in the house and they are “DEAD ON”! Will be great in the MH so I don’t have to open the doors to see the temp on the mercury thermometers. __________________
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Old 06-15-2013, 12:50 AM   #2461
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while refinishing the rear cap on MH went from this

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Thank you for posting this. I also bought these after seeing your post. I’ve been testing them against my SubZero refrigerator in the house and they are “DEAD ON”! Will be great in the MH so I don’t have to open the doors to see the temp on the mercury thermometers.
You are very welcome! As a side benefit, I have been temporarily using the sensors to reliably set the thermostat for the 2 zone A/C. They are back in the reefer now with a "real vs. setpoint" note attached to the A/C thermostat.
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