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Old 09-14-2007, 02:29 PM   #15
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I received one about 2 weeks ago. All via the internet though, no voice contact attempted.
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Old 09-14-2007, 07:42 PM   #16
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Well it was sitting on my back steps when I got home this afternoon. I will have it installed tomorrow morning. Getting ready to hit the road late next week.

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Well it was sitting on my back steps when I got home this afternoon. I will have it installed tomorrow morning. Getting ready to hit the road late next week.

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I am really interested in this setup - please post pictures from opening the box to the final install.

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Installed the unit prior to reading your request, but it was very, very simple. It's a clean install, looks good, and works as advertised. It didn't take long after installation to make a difference in how fast the freezer/refrig was available for perishables. I'll send a photo of the installed unit shortly. Would recommend having a wide blade putty knife to help seperate the cooling fin bracket from the silver backing on the back of the refrig (at least on my unit).
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Tsunami, did you leave the fan in the vent opening in place or did you remove it after the install? I know the kit takes over for the cooling and I like the design. I was wondering if that fan was to remain as sort of the overall fume vent fan for the fridge cavity. I was worried about CO2 buildup from the propane when it is used.
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