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Old 08-19-2007, 09:05 AM   #15
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Gary, is that the white finished one, or the stainless finished one? I always thought a stainless finish would look good in an Airstream, if you couldn't keep the wood grain. Since y'all are staying put, and not selling, 110 may be a good idea for you. The only concern I would have would be amp draw, if the fridge and a/c both kick on at the same time, it may put you over your 30 amps, and trip a breaker. If you have 50 amp service where you are, maybe you could run a dedicated line from the fridge to the 15 amp outlet on the box.
Also, if you have room to store it, you may want to toss the old fridge in a corner somewhere, for the time when you may want to sell the trailer, you can offer it along with the trailer.
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Old 10-02-2007, 07:03 AM   #16
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Terry,

The new fridge is in place and looks like it belongs. It has a SS finish, runs VERY quiet and keeps our icecream the way it's suppose to be, frozen. First time since we've been Airstream owners (15 years). I now have a Happy Camper with me again. Be glad to send a picture to you. We love it. L brackets have it in place from the rear door so it won't move.
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Terry,
I didn't finish responding to your questions. It's been in place for about a month. We're in the mountains of NC for the summer. It's very cool or even cold up here in the mornings. We have an electric fireplace between our lazyboys which is on, have made toast, the coffee pot is on and at times we've nuked some waffles. No electric problem!!! We'll be heading back to Florida in three weeks which will be our first road trip with the new fridge. "Have bungee, will travel" I'll keep you posted.

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