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Old 03-25-2014, 10:30 AM   #1
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These were new in 1989 and were little used, in that the boat had only 1600 hours thru March 2013.

They both work great; the fridge thermostat is turned all the way warm, and still maintains 38 to 40 the freezer maintains the temperature between -9 and +6F

I am replacing them only because they are 120 volts and I am going to Europe and want to eliminate 120 volt appliances.

Total dimensions for both are: 48 wide (24 each), 34 high, 23 deep, with external 120v compressors.

Please make an offer. I am currently in Miami and will be heading to Mid-Florida in the next two weeks and then up the coast to Rhode Island in late April.
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Richard: Have you offered them on the Krogen Owners Forum? We sold ours there including shipping, for 1/3 the cost of the new system. I believe they are discontinued so they are attractive as a direct replacement as they were standard for a number of years on the KK42s.
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Old 03-25-2014, 03:14 PM   #3
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These were new in 1989 and were little used, in that the boat had only 1600 hours thru March 2013.

They both work great; the fridge thermostat is turned all the way warm, and still maintains 38 to 40 the freezer maintains the temperature between -9 and +6F

I am replacing them only because they are 120 volts and I am going to Europe and want to eliminate 120 volt appliances.

Total dimensions for both are: 48 wide (24 each), 34 high, 23 deep, with external 120v compressors.

Please make an offer. I am currently in Miami and will be heading to Mid-Florida in the next two weeks and then up the coast to Rhode Island in late April.
The Models are 249RP and 249FF
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Old 02-27-2017, 12:16 PM   #4
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Presumably these have been sold? I'm in the hunt for a pair of Sub-Zero's. Trying to keep the boat OEM to the extent that I can.
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Old 02-27-2017, 12:38 PM   #5
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Presumably these have been sold? I'm in the hunt for a pair of Sub-Zero's. Trying to keep the boat OEM to the extent that I can.
You can assume so as the owner has taken the boat to Europe since this post and is currently heading to the Panama canal.
Search Dauntless here for the info.
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We are interested in units for our boat. In Miami area. Can help remove if you would like. How much are you asking? Thank you. Tim. 772-888-5957
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Sub Zeros

The Sub Zero's are in Europe.... that being said, anyone has a pair out there... we are in the market. Willing to pay exorbitant price.
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Sub Zeros draw 350+ amps per day. We switched to isotherm units.
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Old 02-27-2017, 08:29 PM   #9
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The Sub Zero's are in Europe.... that being said, anyone has a pair out there... we are in the market. Willing to pay exorbitant price.


We've got a Subzero fridge, freezer pair we're looking to replace. We're in the PNW. Are you anywhere near?
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Sub Zeros draw 350+ amps per day. We switched to isotherm units.
We're looking at replacing our Sub Zero's with the Isotherm units. What are the model numbers of yours? Are you happy with them? Would you buy them again?
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Fridge: CR130D. Freezer: CR90F

Right now my fridge is at 38 and freezer -3. They both can be dialed down more.

I had a few issues but the factory has been very responsive.
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Fridge: CR130D. Freezer: CR90F

Right now my fridge is at 38 and freezer -3. They both can be dialed down more.

I had a few issues but the factory has been very responsive.
That's exactly what I was looking at this morning. I appreciate the photo, I was wondering about the size difference and what it would look like.
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Nope I'm in St. Pete. Fla. that being said, I wonder what ground freight would run?
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I've got a Sub Zero under counter freezer I'm replacing with a fridge in about a week or so if you're interested?
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Old 03-09-2017, 11:23 PM   #16
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I am... do you have the matching fridge?
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