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post #10 of Old 12-19-2011
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I can't say enough about how helpful the Seafrost people are. When I was installing my system, they were even willing to take back and restock any unused tubing that I bought, that was properly cared for (tape the ends immediately after cutting).

Their easy connectors (forget the name) worked great, and when I did have leaks, it was because I didn't tighten them enough. They spent time with me, telling me how to find the leaks.

I installed a 42 foot run for all 4 tubes (high and low for both fridge and freezer). That put the compressor under our swim platform on a aft side of a small bulkhead -- not on a sleeping area bulkhead. I want things quiet.

I'm planning to send a couple compressor/air cooled units to them this winter. They will rebuild them with a new compressor for less money than a new unit costs.

I recommend SeaFrost.


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