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Old 09-13-2003, 10:27 AM
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This thing works great on 12v, again, takes a bit to get cool just like on AC, but it works great. It has an cooling adjustment for AC and propane, but not for DC. I had it plugged into the truck all day with a 6 pack and they were plenty cold.... It's bigger than my norcold and doesn't fit in the xcab of my Ford very well, norcold fits better... might just keep this for the boat.. have to see how it fits in there.... it's lighter than the norcold and easier to hull around....
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I just got the Biagiante hot and cold the other day for my b-day. I works great so far, going to take it to the JET game on sunday .


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One trick for an absorbtion (amonia style) refrigerator is that the material will stratify after a few years (sometimes) if you remove the fridge, place it on a moving blanket on the ground and roll it about 10 revolutions each direction it will regain it's efficency again.

One must remember that the "pull down" or BTU initially is far better with a compressor style vs. a absorption type.

Good luck!
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