Originally Posted by guskmg
As stated, make sure the draft path behind the cabinet is completely clear of obstacles. My refer did not come with a fan, but I added two, it makes big difference on overall cooling and efficiency. The computer fans use very little DC power.
Amen, computer fans very inexpensive, the bigger the better. I had to have the cooling unit on the back of my fridge replaced/rebuilt and the tech who did it onsite where I was staying told me to put the fans at the top of the fridge vent flue (next to the center A/C). I wired a basic switch into the 12V
DC fridge connection for the fans and fed a wire to supply power to the fans and attached the fans to the screen at the top after drilling out the rivets and reattached the rain cap with sheet metal screws and bit of sealant. PHX gets very warm and fridge operation is improved for not much $$.