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Old 08-12-2016, 05:23 PM   #1
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replacement refrigerator

I just bought a 1974 Overlander. According to the paperwork, it has a dbl door, 7.5 cubic ft refrigerator. does anyone have a replacement model #
I would like to replace with a two or three way. I would look but it is in transit.

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Old 08-12-2016, 05:39 PM   #2
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Too many possible options to recommend one until you can confirm the old fridge size. Skip the 3 way option, not worth it and will require running more wire.

Domestic and Norcold replacement chart and catalogue below. Norcold has a 7.5cf.

http://www.dometic.com/QBankFiles3/E...-USA_29740.pdf

http://www.thetford.com/wp-content/u...Chart-4-13.pdf


http://www.dometic.com/QBankFiles3/E...alog_32016.pdf
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Thanks Hi Jo Silver.

Hopefully it will arrive on sunday.
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Ditto

My Airstream Restoration Expert, strongly advised against the three way.


( I wonder why, because the three way fridges seem like they would be handy )
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My Airstream Restoration Expert, advised against the three way.

( Although the three way fridges seem like they would be handy )
You pretty much need a 10 gauge dedicated line to the fridge for the 3 way fridge. Thevwirevalready there won't cut it. They also use 200-250 watts so will kill a battery pretty quickly.
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I am so glad I mentioned the three way. I too thought that it was a good idea.
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