GraniteStaters Posted July 6, 2022 Share Posted July 6, 2022 I am planning on installing a 12V external ventilation fan on our Norcold N51 3 way refrigerator. I feel the refrigerator will benefit in higher temperatures that might experience out West when running our Norcold on LP. I suspect that we would only use it in those conditions. The unit is a Titan dual fan unit and it will attach very nicely on the inside of the ventilation bezel. I am planning on installing on the main lighting panel inside the door. I will use one of the unused switch locations as the power on/off for the unit. The unit has an inline control that has speed control and manual and auto operation. I had previously purchased an extra switch into the main lighting panel using one of the powered awning locations. I believe I will be able to tap the 12V power that supplies power to all the switches using a red cable that runs from the fuse panel in the attic. I will then attach a couple of push on connectors onto the wiring from the Tital remote. I need to decide where to put the inline switch. I really don't want to drill any holes until I know that fans work as desired. The power cable and temperature sensor from the inline remote will need to run into the fans. Now my question for anyone in the group who has added or considered adding a ventilation fan, what were your considerations and ideas about doing the install? David Caswell and Paula Saltmarsh Hull 509 "The Swallow" Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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