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Seafrost 12v BD on Sabre 34 MKII

I have a Sabre 34 MKII and I am looking into installing a Seafrost.

Which wall did you place the plate on?
What size plate did you get?
Where did you place the compressor?

How has the system been for you?

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How many cubic ft is the box? That would be your guide. The plate should be high but still have clearance. Most often the plate is mounted on the wall that would be adjacent to where the compressor lines would route. The compressor is mounted on a plate with the other parts and that section is called a condenser, if air cooled it should have room for some sort of a air circulation.
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