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Old 12-17-2012, 01:02 PM   #1
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1986 31' Sovereign
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Watts in '80s Norcold 45" fridge?

My camper is tucked away right now, I can't access it. I have a NorCold (Norfridge?) upper and lower refrigerator from '83. Its about 40" tall or so. Just looking for the power so I can figure my solar system.

It has separate upper and lower doors, but still kinda small.

The amp usage on a newer one is about 3.2 (hr?)
I'm guessing the older ones are about 4-5 amps? average? And this is hr consumption?


Model Amps 120V/AC Amps 12-24V/DC DE-0061 0.4 3.2-2.2
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