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Old 05-03-2009, 01:59 PM   #1
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FS: Norcold 662BK 6.3 cu. ft. 2-way absorption fridge

For sale is 1 Norcold model 662BK 2-way 6.3 cubic foot fridge/freezer. This is an absorption fridge powered by either 110 VAC or propane (LPG). It requires 12 VDC for the control board.

It operates in one of 2 modes, either "auto" which uses AC and falls back to LPG, or in "gas" mode which uses LPG only.

The AC element seems to be about a 300 watt unit.

The doors are designed to take any kind of "insert" to look any way you want. Currently, it has a rustic wood panel in each door. The doors are also reversible, and the manual tells how to do that.

The vent cover for the bottom is also included but not pictured. Also, the wooden frame facia that it was previously mounted in is available if you want that. The documentation includes all the dimensions you need for installation. The old roof vent was UV damaged and fell apart, so you'll have to provide your own. Alternatively, you could install an upper side mount for it. Some of the conversions on here have done just that. Norcold's site has documentation for newer fridges with information on installing a side mount upper vent, and that should work just fine for this older model as well.

This unit is located in the 23357 zip code area. I prefer local pickup, but other arrangements are possible. Shipping would be prohibitive though.

I would like $450 or best offer.


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Re: FS: Norcold 662BK 6.3 cu. ft. 2-way absorption fridge

well, you got the fridge I'd like to have, but i sure can't afford to ship it to west coast

hope you sell it locally

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