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Old 06-10-2021, 09:07 PM   #1
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Finally installed a drawer type fridge in my MS34T

After spending way too much time looking for a replacement fridge to fit my '06 MS34T ..... I chose the Isotherm 130 INOX.

I had to cut the opening 3/4" on the height (in order to keep the rubber feet intact) and 1-1/4" on the width.

Amazing how much more we can fit into the fridge and the freezer.

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Looks very nice. Were you able to fit in high and low ventilation? Iíll bet you love the new refer.
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I have that same fridge on my flybridge.

Wonderful unit!!! have had it several years.

The only thing to be aware of is that it need to be defrosted once a year or so.

Ice builds up to a point where you cannot open the little freezer section, and the whole thing becomes inefficient due to ice build up.
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Looks very nice. Were you able to fit in high and low ventilation? Iíll bet you love the new refer.
Thanks Comodave. Yep, two 4" holes on each side.
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Old 06-12-2021, 12:31 PM   #5
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That looks great. I best not let my wife see this or I will have a new project.



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