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Old 03-08-2003, 02:47 PM   #1
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Ok, I gotta ask this here since it's kind of related talking about fridges.

All the units I see have one exterior mechanicals opening. The Bambi has two and it does not have the roof cooler opening above it.

I am sure this was engineered correctly, but it seems kind of odd they wouldn't make it the same way as the rest of the A/S.

My main concern is how, when the unit is running off LP gas does it exhaust properly without getting back inside the trailer. I took a look in both access doors and it really isn't air tight from what I can tell.

Anyone know?


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