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Old 07-16-2011, 12:37 AM   #15
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I'll check the wiring positions by color on our switch tomorrow and report back. AT least we're getting closer!

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Old 07-16-2011, 01:22 PM   #16
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OK...In ours...there is a RED wire connected to the top prong toward the wall and a BLACK wire connected to the interior top prong...the 90 degree connector is on the lower prong. Different colors than yours.... Hope this helps...
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Old 07-16-2011, 01:33 PM   #17
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This should not be too far off topic but could someone please take a picture of the cooling fan in the rear of the frig. I think I will be installing one soon. It would be nice to see the finished product. I hope to install a solar powered fan for obvious reasons! Thanks in advance!
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Old 07-16-2011, 03:19 PM   #18
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This should not be too far off topic but could someone please take a picture of the cooling fan in the rear of the frig. I think I will be installing one soon. It would be nice to see the finished product. I hope to install a solar powered fan for obvious reasons! Thanks in advance!
A picture of ours would not be much help as it is not original fan, nor it is in the original position...we replaced ours with a fan in combination shroud affair that draws in the air at the bottom and brings it up and over the fins (Lewster installed it). As I understand it, Airstream didn't usually have a frig fan on units that vent on the roof, as the warm air naturally rises. The frigs in Bambis do not vent on the roof ... only on the side, so that's why there is fan. I would suspect, however than any help in moving air over the fins would be a benefit to the efficiency of the frig (roof vented or not).
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Old 07-16-2011, 06:18 PM   #19
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The Snyder fan kit that is what I think Lewster installed for you is a great help even with roof-vented refrigerators. I installed it in my Classic 28 last fall and it works great. I can just barely hear it inside the trailer when running. It is easy to hear outside near the refrigerator lower vent.

The fan is a lot more important on a side-vented refrigerator such as I had in my former 22' International. Without a fan I had very poor cooling.
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The light on our 2006 Bambi is always on , on or off , the fan comes on most of the time , sometimes I have to flick the blades and it starts , I never hear it when its on ,
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