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Date Posted: - Friday - 06/13/08 - 5:11pm
Author: Wayne Baker
Subject: Refrigerating M36

I want to refrigerate the ice box on our 1980 M36. Any tips or cautions? Thanks!

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[> Refrigerating M36 -- Pete, - Sunday - 06/29/08 - 1:10pm


Find the book "This Old Boat" by Don Casey and also read the Calder book on Electronics and Mechanics on a boat which has been referenced on this board before.

I just recently rebuilt the entire ice box with fiber-glass and 4" of so called 'blue board' all around. I would have preferred 6" but it made the cavity just a tad too small. Now I have about 2.7 cubic inches of space split between a freezer and fridge section.

As for other tips/tricks.. -- I can't think of any, but I _strongly_ recommend reading both Casey and Calder on the subject!!

-- I'll try to find some photos that I took during the process and repost here if successful.

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