Fridge fan

Xolthrax

Franconia, Pa.
I had a spare 12V fan lying around. I've read good things about using one to assist with fridge ventilation, so I thought I'd give it a try.

I attached it to the inside of the grille:

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I used rivets to hold it in place:

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Tapped into the power supply for my water pump:

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And installed a handy dandy switch next to the fridge.

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I'll have to wait until next weekend to see what difference it makes. The fridge already gets preey cold, but we'll see.
 

Full Circle

Greely, Ontario, Canada
Apr 4, 2009
1,226
Greely, Ontario
I like the switch inside, never thought of that. Now i'm going have to do some rewiring on mine. I found that it didn't make the fridge any colder, but it definitely got down to temperature a lot quicker, and seemed to hold the low temps especially in really hot weather.


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RhinoDave

Super Active Member
Oct 29, 2008
2,317
Lake Orion, Mi.
Looks good Joe. I found that mine helped speed up the cooling and I didn't need the fan on all the time unless it was extremely hot out. I love easy mods that work well.
 

arffch

Active Member
May 25, 2009
324
tulsa,ok.
I added an adjustable thermostat for a car radiator fan. It starts and stops @90 degrees f, the lowest setting. saves the battery, boondocking every bit helps! [:D]
 




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