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fleamarketer 08-11-2007 03:37 AM

While I consider things to do about replacing my
1981 Winnebago frig,I find that it seems most replacement frig's are only 2 way vs the three way that I have now.Is that because over time manufactures of MH/Campers found the convertors would support the frig's?.(A/c to D/c)Would a convertor as old as mine be big enough to do this?.The land line plug is a 30 amp.I'm the newbie to RV's so your help is needed for this.

Thank You,

Gary

fleamarketer 08-11-2007 03:37 AM

While I consider things to do about replacing my
1981 Winnebago frig,I find that it seems most replacement frig's are only 2 way vs the three way that I have now.Is that because over time manufactures of MH/Campers found the convertors would support the frig's?.(A/c to D/c)Would a convertor as old as mine be big enough to do this?.The land line plug is a 30 amp.I'm the newbie to RV's so your help is needed for this.

Thank You,

Gary

GaryKD 08-11-2007 04:29 AM

Hi Gary,
From one Gary to another the new refers are 110V or propane powered. The 12V power choice was removed. A small amount of 12V is needed to power the curcuit board(s) and maybe provide the spark to light the propane.

fleamarketer 08-11-2007 05:30 AM

Yes,I figured that.Now it is a matter of deciding each one I want and what I can fit into the old cut-out.(or how much space I have to fit a larger one.)What I have now is a Norcold 774.Norcold conversion/replacement chart said the replacement is a 400N.I haven't seen that many of the model around used/reconditioned.So,I'll just stick to as close as the 400N is for a cut out and then see what I can get for the replacement.

Thanks for getting back to me,

Gary


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