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January 18, 2007 | rubyonrailsgrl

Love it! Now i know what to do with the mini-fridge sitting in my garage.

January 18, 2007 | Russ Beebe

Ryan, perhaps your next post can be about the best humidifier to place inside that tiny fridge. Perhaps silica gel packets will do it.

January 19, 2007 | zadzagy

One of the features of the high end refrigerators is vibration dampening or elimination. I know my mini-fridges in the past have shaken a lot when the compressor turns on and off. I'd be interested to see if that could be eliminated (or greatly reduced).

January 19, 2007 | Ryan Fujiu

thats a good point zadzagy, i havent seen that problem in our mini-wine-refrigerator. But honestly havent been paying attention to that specifically. Will look into it...thanks for sharing.

January 19, 2007 | hellrazormc

A little more exact way would be to take an actual thermostat, can be found at Homedepot. Would have to be for cooling/ac. It must be the type that is a simple switch, only two wires in and two out. cut an extension cord in half, wire each end to opposite ends of the thermostat. this would act as a light switch turning on and off depending on the temperature. pug the fridge into the spliced extension cord, and then plug the extension cord in. You have now made ur own adjustable thermostat for the fridge. Only tricky part is wires would have to go in and out of fridge. I have done this as a way of keeping a space heated with very accurate success.

January 19, 2007 | Ryan Fujiu

Hallrazormc, its seems like you are the real life MacGyver... That is a great idea and better than what i came up with, thanks for sharing.

January 20, 2007 | melkier33

Thats so not MacGyver at all. How dare you use his name in such a horrible refrence.

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