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Old 10-12-2016, 11:06 PM   #11
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Old 10-13-2016, 12:17 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by Chevydude01 View Post
I am planning to be building cabinets in the next week or two and need to order sliders so my under the counter freezer turn refrigerator can slide out! I have found some I think will work but need to know where I can safely drill into the frig to attach the slides so I was able to use my infrared camera to locate the refrigerant lines in the frig, look like the are only in the front and rear panels of the frig and are located below the hinges, so about 4 inches from the top. I plan on mounting the slides near the top of the side panels so its all good. I got one of the freezer controllers from Johnson from Amazon, nice and cheap. The frig itself is a GE 7 cubic ft.


That's pretty cool!
Wonder if the infrared camera would serve the same purpose on a regular refrigerator?
Sure would like to add wall brackets to my fridge, but not sure where to drill
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Old 10-13-2016, 12:33 AM   #13
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@ Carytowncat, Thanks!
@MilkMania, I don't see why it would work on a regular refrigerator. This freezer was at room temperature, its never been plugged in, I let It run for about ten minutes then put the IR cam on it. After seeing how high the line temps are, I think I'm going to add a computer can near the venter areas of the freezer to help move cool air to it and help it out a little in the hot bus.
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