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4 cubic foot 3-way RV refrigerator for camper or anything.
I am putting in an electric fridge in the camper.
This fridge works 100% perfect. nothing wrong, no blemishes, no damage, perfect.
Runs off AC household current, 12 volt DC battery or Propane.
This fridge does not need power to run off of propane. It has a piezo ignition like a bbq grill and no circuit board.
There is a visual window to see the flame when propane is lit.
Temperature of fridge is set by the level of the flame.
To light the propane select "propane" on the dial then:
1. hold down the thermocouple over-ride button
2. push the ignition button and see the orange or blue glow in the view window
3. continue to hold the over-ride button for 10 seconds (to allow the thermocouple to warm up)
4. observe that the flame stays lit after you release the button
5. adjust temp setting and enjoy you camping.
To power the fridge from AC or DC just select the AC or DC setting on the dial.
Absorption refrigerators will take hours to reach the running cold temp when first turning it on. I can plug in the fridge long before you arrive if you would like to see the freezer at 0 and the fridge box at the cool temp.
The last photo is a stock photo. I am having to remove the entire window assembly to get the fridge out as it will not go out the door. The first photo I took before I pulled it out of its spot, and other photos are what I could take until I get the unit outside -by Aug 11 depending on rain forecast.
It measures 21.5 wide (not including the door trim)
24 deep (from front without door to as far back as the cooling unit).
I can still plug it into AC or DC power so you can see it work. I don't have any way to run from propane, but assure you it works. I used propane almost entirely.
The fridge has always been kept level while running. Running off-level will damage the internals of the cooling unit. I have always acted more than paranoid about the correct care of my fridge. You will get a nice unit.
This is out of a truck camper which only means it drove on a soft truck suspension and not a harsh rigid trailer suspension. It has had the life of luxury...
The door can be hinged from right or left. I had it hinged on the left, the stock photo show the right option.
The freezer is inside the fridge compartment. It will always stay frozen, even on the hottest AZ days.
I want to keep the front decorative venire panel as it matches the camper upholstery and will keep it with the camper if I ever sell it (its just a sheet of masonite). I have a white neutral venire panel for it - these are easy to replace with anything that matches your decor.
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