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Old 08-27-2013, 09:14 PM   #1
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Question I need help identifying my campers model.

First of all, thank you for the welcome to Jayco forums, i just bought this camper today and it is my first one. I have no clue what model it is, could anybody tell by the pictures? its a 1996. Also does anyone know if it has an actual fridge or just an icebox? Thank you all in advance :wink:Click image for larger version

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Old 08-28-2013, 07:05 AM   #2
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If there is a VIN on the title, call Jayco and they can tell you.
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Old 08-28-2013, 07:16 AM   #3
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I'm gonna say negatory on the fridge. There are no condenser coil vents on the street side of the unit for a fridge. I think all you have is an ice box.
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Old 08-28-2013, 07:19 AM   #4
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that looks like a nice pop up! yes to the no fridge as no vents for it on the side by the furnace. enjoy your new camper!
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It appears to be a Jayco Series 8....

There should be a propane stove that sits in the 4 circular cutouts in the countertop.

Good luck with your new purchase
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Old 08-28-2013, 01:03 PM   #6
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Thank you all so much im gonna work on swaping out the ice box for an actual fridge.
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Great! I assume your going electric....still you will need to consider ventilation....possibly an upgrade to your converter.

Keep us posted....Good luck....
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if im just putting a small fridge the same size as the ice box (just big enough to hold like 12 cans) would i still need to upgrade the converter? and i would still add ventilation
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Are you talking a 110v dorm fridge? I would just leave a 2" gap around the opening where you slide it in and no you wouldn't need to upgrade the converter as you'd be running straight 110v.
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if im just putting a small fridge the same size as the ice box (just big enough to hold like 12 cans) would i still need to upgrade the converter? and i would still add ventilation
You'll have to check the manufacturers specs for installation clearances, ventilation and amp draw. We owned an electric dorm fridge that we would take cabin camping - it ran suprisingly hot and had plastic shunts that held it away from the wall. They typically aren't designed to be "built-in". It would also be useful for you to know the amp draw of any other appliances you plan to take - or that your TT is equipped with (A/C, Electric Griddle, etc) and compare it to your TT service breaker.

Good luck!

EDIT - Re-visited your pictures....doesn't look like you have A/C option. Existing 110V should be fine....but still a good idea to check the specs (amp draw) of the aftermarket fridge beforehand.
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