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Indel cruise refrigerator voltage

Hello all,
I am looking into an indel cruise 40 drop in refrigerator. The seller says it runs off 24v, but i thought all the indel cruise models would run off 12v or 24v. on the side of the box it says 24v. not positive if that is for voltage or just a code number? did indel make an older model of the cruise series that did not have 12v/24v compatibility? everything i am finding says that it runs off both voltages, however most of the newer models have isotherm written on the included manuals. this one does not, at least from what i can see. i am unable to inspect or test the unit myself. any ideas about the voltage? Thanks!!

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Looking at the site Joel, It looks like they are all 12/24 volt.
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