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Old 10-01-2014, 08:22 PM   #11
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The fridge in my 2013 WH 30DSRE works great. The thermostat is inside of mine rather than on the outside back which makes it a lot easier to turn on and set. Mine will act like a freezer if I turn it to the lowest setting.

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Old 10-03-2014, 06:42 AM   #12
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I took out mine also. We only boondock with no AC so it was of no use to us. I was able to remove it easily.
The space I recovered by taking it our I installed a hose real and hose to capture water from the lake we camp at.

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Old 10-03-2014, 07:22 AM   #13
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Love the idea, very handy, use for drinks and misc overflow from the main fridge. Even put bait [shrimp] in there when camping near the gulf. What I don't like is the top / rear position of the temp control. Impossible to "see" where you have it set and its all by feel. Had a "dorm" fridge in our garage when one of the kids brought one back from University. Kept my beer and cokes out there and kept us out of wife's main kitchen fridge.

I figure when this one dies I'll replace it with a unit I find on sale at Wally World or on-line with a normal inside temp control and all will be good. The space I would recover by removing the fridge would quickly be filled w/ more stuff we probably don't need so I see no gain from removing the fridge.

Great idea by Jayco, really stupid decision by someone who selected the model with the top/rear control.

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