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Old 06-18-2019, 12:07 PM   #21
Dave W
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[QUOTE=Our3820FK;1147815]Is this ARP device easy to install? /QUOTE]

Maybe easy. Or you may need to pull the fridge to access the area to install the pick up. Our HC - impossible without pulling the fridge so I just put my gadget on the shelf as one more wasted 135 bucks. Then there is the version - the v.2.0 ARP sold me wont work on the late Norcolds but for 145 bucks I can buy another, v. 4.0 that will work if I pull the fridge - If I pull the fridge out
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Old 06-18-2019, 05:36 PM   #22
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I have a 3625 RE with a Norcold 1210 and have had cooling problems since I bought it. I installed a ARP unit with 2 fans outside and 2 fans inside the fridge we have been in 90 degree temps this summer and no cooling problems. I don't use the two Norcold fans installed at the factory. The nice thing with the ARP fans you zip tie them to the outside access doors where they are easy to get to.
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Old 06-19-2019, 01:55 PM   #23
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Mine doesn't have upper fans. The one lower fan was a joke so I added this fan with a temperature controller next to the factory fan. Search for "muffin" fans and you'll find all sizes and quality.
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