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Old 06-02-2020, 03:58 PM   #1
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new residential refrigerator

My wife and I want to replace the camper refrigerator, its a standard 8cf. norcold. We looking at the 11.9 GE. Will the wires on the 12 volt side be big enough to run an invertor just for the fridge and same thing on the 110v side or will I need bigger wires. We know we will loose some cabinet space but its worth it to have a bigger fridge. I know some will say stay with norcold, but its like a few thousand dollars cheaper to go residential instead of a bigger rv unit.
Second, has anyone replace theirs, if so can you send me some pictures.
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Those wires are no way big enough for an iNVERTER, but the 120 volt side will be fine. The 12v wiring on our PINNACLE for the inverter and the Residential fridge were the size of battery cables.
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new ref.

I just install a new residential ref. how do I get a wire from the ref. to the battery box to install an inverter,.
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