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Residential Refrigerator Conversion
I have bought a Magic Chef HMDR1000BE Residential Refrigerator from Home Depot for $421.  It is 10.1 cu. ft. top freezer.  My old Domedic RM4804 literally slid out the door of my 95 U-240 on a piece of plywood.  The new frig rolled on a piece of...

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Nice one! Is the power draw 5kw per day? Does the amperage go down after it settles?

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Much less than that I hope. Our 19 cu ft Samsung refrig uses about 1700 watts per day.

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  It is amazing what and when you learn, but I learnt why it is a free standing refrigerator.  Both sides of the frig gets pretty warm.  I took the 3/4" styrofoam out of the compartment on the sides.  Still have roof vent and space above...

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I've heard of wives helping refrigerator replacement but never heard of a time when cross words weren't said by one or both.. most times both. Looks good.

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Takes 1 day to do the swap and 3 to get over po.