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Thread: Refrigerator cannabalization!

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    I remember reading about this on Wistuba's forums a long time ago. I know some of the people there did it, has anyone else? I'd certainly like to learn how. Thanks.

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    I think the question is asking how one could take apart a refridgerator for use as a cooler (cooling the surrounding area as opposed to what's inside.) Am I totally off?

    Unfortunately I have no experience here, but I'd love some answers!
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    Est is pretty much right. You basically take the rear of the fridge and put it in your chamber so that your chamber is a fridge! But how?

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    basically you have to remove everything that isnt the fridge body itself, and attach it all to a sheet of plywood..

    I wouldnt try it unless I was a trained electrician..too much death potential otherwise.

    what needs to be cooled?
    if its a greenhouse, a traditional swamp fan would work much better..
    and fridge "guts" wont be very good at cooling an area much bigger than the inside of a fridge..not terribly economical, and could easily overwhelm the capabilities of the fridge cooling system..

    I wouldnt recommend trying it..there must be a better way..

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