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Thread: Dometic CC-40 AC/DC Fridge

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    Dometic CC-40 AC/DC Fridge

    My friend that wholesales RV parts and accessories dropped one of these off for my birthday the other day.
    Our cost is $325. Good if your on a budget. PM me if you want one. All have one in my Montero this weekend.
    I think the amp draw is 5.1.


    • Battery protection system cuts off fridge when battery voltage drops to preset value
    • Uses lightweight compressor
    • Sturdy handle with hook that can be used as an anchor point to keep the box in position
    • Set temperature between 3.2F and 50F (-16C to 10C)


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    Joe Time! expeditionnw's Avatar
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    Thought you had a dometic fridge?

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    I have a Norcold NRF-60
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    Joe Time! expeditionnw's Avatar
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    So now you have two fridges in the monte?

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    One for the hodge podge o'beer...one for the box o'water.

    Sounds reasonable.
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    He needs a third for the milk
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    Quote Originally Posted by Loud Al View Post
    He needs a third for the milk
    Now that's funny!!!

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    They actually make a fridge to replace your center consul. That would be great to hold milk.

    on that note. I will only have the Dometic in my Montero tomorrow. Then it goes to a buddy of mine next week. He's going to evaluate it for general distributors
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    Quote Originally Posted by Loud Al View Post
    He needs a third for the milk
    HAHAHAHA!!! Good one Al!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Loud Al View Post
    He needs a third for the milk
    But he bought a wench from me!
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