Posted 17 April 2021 - 06:58 PM
Posted 17 April 2021 - 09:10 PM
When the refer compartment gets very warm, I only use mine on very hot days.
Posted 20 April 2021 - 07:48 AM
Another type of fan is a much smaller, often D-cell battery-operated fan fan that sits somewhere in refrigerator to enhance circulation, as convection may be hindered if too full leading to uneven temperatures within unit. Batteries may run over a month, despite cold temps, as these fans are tiny. These units may be of use in both an absorption refrigerator or a 12-volt or 12-volt / 120-volt compressor refrigerator.
An important note if you're new:. If you have an absorption refrigerator, never run it with the rig any more out of level than what you'd be comfortable using it, and if it is out of level more than that, no more than about the duration of a restroom or fast lunch break. Any more will do permanent damage. Often, the floor of the freezer with a bubble level is the determinant, but these may be uneven so you need to slide it around and guess on an average. Another level mounted on on the rug in a more convenient location (say, near driver's seat) and calibrated to match bubble level in freezer floor is convenient.
Check your manuals to confirm, as there may be variations out there now calling for something different, like the inside refer floor and not the freezer floor. So " Your mileage may vary."
Edited by michelle_east_county, 20 April 2021 - 07:50 AM.
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