exterior fridge fan mod question
No you don't. I installed mine down in the bottom blowing up. There is a natural flow up similar to a chimney flue. All the fan does is assist that flow when it is extra hot outside.
It is much easier to install below for access to the 12v supply of power, the installation of the control thermostat and just ease of maintenance.
I have seen one that mounts on the top vent and powered by a solar cell.
Mine worked fine without it and it hardly ever comes on unless I am camping in hot sun and weather is hot.
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