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Old 06-23-2012, 08:38 AM   #1
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Amish Fridge Cooling Unit Capabilities

Like just about everyone else who has one, my Norcold fridge is just about ready to give up the ghost. I'm interested in an Amish colling unit as a replacement but can't find anywhere if it is both electric and propane. Since I use the fridge while on the road, I like to have the propane capability. I know I can use the generator but it seems to me to be an overkill when another source may be available.

Do the Amish units have propane AND electric and what do other owners use as a power source other than generator?
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It is both electric and propane. Night and day difference between the Norcold. You'll be completely happy. Glad I didn't go residential. Love the option of gas if I want it. I'm completely happy, Ice cold now, even in the hottest weather.
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Answered your question on the other forum.
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Old 06-23-2012, 04:08 PM   #4
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Here is a long thread on Amish cooling unit.
Has both LP gas & electric operation and will eliminate any recalls problems because it doesn't need them.
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