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  • Dwayne
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fride fan part II
I attempted to install the behind the fridge fan again but ran into several problems.  I couldn't place the on/off temperature switch on the tube where they indicated without removing a cover and that would have required clearing the area in...

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I found when my temp switch went bad , I bypassed it & also put an on/off switch on it.
I see now why it needs a temp switch.
When I manually put the fan on , it did not always help because I think the refrigerator works best at a certain...

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I never would have figured that.  I guess this just falls in line with every project I attempt.  I am experimenting with it and will compare how it does being on during the heat of the day vs. not having it.  It runs just a little above the max...

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Get your propane pressure checked
Had simular a few years back and propanr pressure was low.