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Old 26-02-2017, 10:10   #31
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Re: Convert 110v refrigerator to 12v?

Let me know, i have a vacuum pump, gauges and R134a on board
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Old 10-10-2017, 18:51   #32
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Re: Convert 110v refrigerator to 12v?

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I have 3 or 4 "scratch-n-dent" Cubigel compressors that we use in our Dorm fridge conversion units that I will sell for $250 including the electronic control module. Brand new in the box, I just can't sell/use them as new since. That is less than a Danfoss Controller for the whole set-up! PM me if interested.
Do you still have any of these setups? I'm trying to convert a 120 volt Magic Chef over to 12v/120v to replace my Norcold DE0061.

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Re: Convert 110v refrigerator to 12v?

Sure
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Greetings and welcome aboard the CF, Chris.
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Re: Convert 110v refrigerator to 12v?

Hey just wondering if you know how efficient the units run?
Do you have to install a starting device along with the compressor? I would assume
Yes. I have a chest style frige/freezer built in my boat. It has bd35 compressor and Draws very little power. I know I can build one that would work great, but if the little converted refrigerators work good it would be a lot less hastle.
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Re: Convert 110v refrigerator to 12v?

To add to this interesting thread. We have a 120VAC U-Line Ice-maker. Need it for charter business. It consumes 25A most of the day, running off a Magnum 3000 Hybrid Inverter.

What chance of leaving the mechanics on the 120VAC supply and replacing the compressor with suitable 12VDC?
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