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Antonia
Modification Waeco MDC-50 compessor Fridge
Category Cooling / AC
Motorhome 1985 Autotrail Apache
Updated Fri Feb 22, 2013 4:55 pm
Purchased From Ebay
Purchased Price 300 GBP
Product Rating 0
Installed By Self
Installation Price 0 GBP
Install Rating (3rd Party Work 10 = Best, 1 = Worse) 10
Comments We travel a lot in August to France and Spain. Our old absorbtion fridge just could not cool our food below 10 - 15 degC. So we have changed over to this 12v 45Watt compressor fridge. We will run it from our 200W solar panels and from the engine. Tested, its very very quiet and efficient.
Install Comments Slightly smaller than our old electrolux 3 way, we had to put a trim around the front, otherwise no problem. The 12v connects to the fridge/engine relay and to the solar panel output.

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