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Old-Biscuit 07-07-2018 01:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jvanick (Post 4277909)
no marketing ploy.. this is a compressor driven cooling unit that replaces the original factory absorption unit, yet uses the same front panel controls and cabinet as the original fridge.

Products | JC Refrigeration

I believe it's a combination of warm food and the super hot/humid weekends we've been having here.

A setting on 2 with the doors NOT being opened will get the fridge into the low 30 degrees now..

I ordered one of the small fans and will be installing it to see how much it helps. I also have a call into the company that makes the coating to see how much of an insulating effect it may have on heat transfer.


Doesn't sound as if it is doing any better then an absorption cooling unit

powerboatr 07-07-2018 06:05 PM

spray some pam on a damp cloth, rub the cloth on the fins and it will keep ice from sticking, not to much pam, just a bit to leave a thin film


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