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 7/13/2009 12:25 AM
 

Thanks everyone for the good info.  Will try the fan options.  We are staying on the Bolivar Pennisula in Crystal Beach, Texas.  It has been around 92 degrees, which is not that hot, but the humidity is always high.  Not sure how that may effect the cooling....

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 7/13/2009 9:22 AM
 

Humidity is not a factor in this type of cooling. It is to us humans and also what we call "Swamp Coolers", where evaporation comes into play. Here we need to get the heat that is drawn form inside the refrigerator away from the coils. That is where the added fan helps.

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 7/13/2009 12:31 PM
 

Raptorman, I am in League City, TX about 20 miles from you and my refg in the MH was at 38 last night.  


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 6/25/2014 12:48 AM
 

Temp at the bottom of the fridge should be 32 after overnite freezer 0 degrees..... a coupld things can hurt your cooling by as much as 10 degrees the puke tube overflow must have a p trap created where the tube goes down then up b4 going down again to drain ... Water should fill the trap therefore stopping your cold from doing what cold does and dropping where as heart rises into this tube if it is not routed correctly causing as much as 9 or 10 degrees temp rise.... The list of things that will improve efficiency is long and on high these things should be able to freeze in both freezer and fridge on best setting

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