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Old 07-18-2010
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Originally Posted by j34035 View Post
I am investigating refrigeration conversion kits. The 2 systems I am looking at are the Waeco Cold Machine and also the Frigobar package systems. This goes into my J/34c which is a lake-bound weekender/vacation boat, not a liveaboard. The present icebox is ~6 cuft with 3" insulation all around. It is top loading. My questions are:
-How important is freezer capability (to you) rather than making it refrigeration only
-Anyone have experience with either system that they would share
-Any recommendations different than the systems I have listed.

Thanks for your help!!
DD

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