Originally Posted by David472
Say tafische, for this fan you added, does it mount onto the fins, for max air flow over the fins? Or is the intention to promote general air flow within the fridge?
It actually has a clip on the back side of the fan. You clip it to the fin and it completes the ground and starts up the fan. It blows back onto the fins and then circulates air better throughout the unit. I talked with the guy that sells them and they tested the extensively blowing forward, backwards, and even one in each direction. They found the best cooling was when it blew back onto the fans.
I tested it blowing on the sensor and just the fins and with it blowing on the sensor it seemed to make the freezer a little bit colder.
I can tell you this - the overall fridge cavity was much more even all the way down to the bottom where before I had a hard time keeping the lower shelf and drawer very cold. Time will tell as we have not used it above 80o outside yet but I expect good results.