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Old 06-23-2017, 08:14 PM   #1
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Seems like my 3.3cu.ft Advent fridge is slowly dying, can't find one online. Anyone with a newer 213 have a different model? I'm sure something has to fit in there.
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Old 06-24-2017, 03:37 PM   #2
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Seems like my 3.3cu.ft Advent fridge is slowly dying, can't find one online. Anyone with a newer 213 have a different model? I'm sure something has to fit in there.
I was over at the camper this morning to check it out after all the rain we've had (its A-OK) and ours is a Advent 3.3 as well. Sorry yours is dying, let us know what you find is a good fit. My wife and I really like the layout of that lil fridge.
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I wasn't aware it was special in any way. So these aren't the typical dorm refrigerator?



I'll check mine in the morning and see what make\model it is.

I do know I could fit a bigger one in that outdoor kitchen space.



I have about 4" in width to spare.

Maybe 4" in height.

And about 3-4" in depth.



Edit: Grabbed a flashlight and went outside in my pajamas. (living in the woods has privacy benefits)



It's an Advent, just as yaws.

And my guess on how much bigger a replacement could be is off a bit.



It could be 6" wider.

But not much deeper than the current unit.

Probably wouldn't want it any taller because you need that extra height to get it in and out.
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Out of curiosity I took the measurements of the space on hand and then hit the Home Depot site to see what was available.

You guys probably already know, but there are LOTS of units that will fit.
I still can't figure out how we can build some things so inexpensively these days.

Lots of these fridges are about $150
My teardrop air conditioner is $125

Remarkable times.
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Good to know, thanks for the heads up!
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