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Old 09-15-2007, 07:56 PM   #1
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I will be replacing the frig in my 1981 Warrior Winnebago and the frig's I am interested in are much bigger.That means I would be changing the frig stack anyways.Question is would I be better off lining the frig stack with medal duct work to the frig vent on the roof?.
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I will be replacing the frig in my 1981 Warrior Winnebago and the frig's I am interested in are much bigger.That means I would be changing the frig stack anyways.Question is would I be better off lining the frig stack with medal duct work to the frig vent on the roof?.
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Metal duct work is not necessary but would not hurt anything if it were. Just follow the installation insturctions as to the clearaneces for minimum and maximum spacing and you will be fine. GOod luck and let us know how it turns out.
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