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Old 08-24-2015, 01:13 AM   #71
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Sorry if I am not on right thread . On the road right now but I will get fridge quard ordered when I get back . Frig has been operating 2-3 degrees less then ever before . I am on gas , 4bars , full frig. . When temps are in 60-70 . I get 32 , inside trailer about 67 . Today when traveling and temps went up in 90's I was up to 44 . It seems to recover faster then before if I open door though . I guess I didn't waste my time after all . The fridge quard my help a little more too . My frig never went down to 32 no matter how low temps outside were . So I am getting better results even if a few degrees . Pat
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Old 09-10-2015, 09:27 PM   #72
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I had originally ordered the small Fridge Guard based on the square footage guide. But this morning I measured my fridge's interior dimensions and learned that I needed the width of the medium sized Fridge Guard that I'll have to shorten but that's okay. Hope they got my email ...
I also ordered mine today and I got the medium due to width of 17 1/2 . Pat
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Old 09-11-2015, 07:58 AM   #73
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I think the small size will fit better, it fits my 6.7 RMD perfectly.
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I also ordered mine today and I got the medium due to width of 17 1/2 . Pat
I too ordered the medium sized for my 4.3, Pat. Sorry to say, I had to return it this week for a small. The width was okay but it was way too long.
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The correct size is small as in length because the width is adjustable.
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I too ordered the medium sized for my 4.3, Pat. Sorry to say, I had to return it this week for a small. The width was okay but it was way too long.
Rich I was going by the width on their page . Can't I just cut the length down and sew ? Pat
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The correct size is small as in length because the width is adjustable.
Jim when you say width is adjustable my fridge is 17 and 1/2.. On their website it says 16 3/8 . I guess I should call him then . Pat
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Pat,
The small is adjustable width so that 1" difference is split between both sides, the length is what you need small for. Medium would fit your home refer.
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The small is adjustable width so that 1" difference is split between both sides, the length is what you need small for. Medium would fit your home refer.
What Jim said. I learned the hard way. In the instructions, it is noted that you should have a little space on the sides to help keep the contents stored in the door shelves cool. Go with the small for a 4.3.
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The small is adjustable width so that 1" difference is split between both sides, the length is what you need small for. Medium would fit your home refer.
Jim just spoke with John and they already mailed out . The best part is they are located in Long Beach . If I can't use the medium at all I can drive and return this one and get the small . It is about a hour drive from here . I have a daughter who lives there . Not far . Hope the word gets around and he can get more orders . Pat
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