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automobiliben 07-12-2013 02:32 PM

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Does anyone see the need to utilize the frost-free function in these freezers? I started working on mine last night (model newer than the OPs) and am planning in bypassing the computer altogether. The coils could freeze condensation temporarily while cooling, but it isn't like I will ever keep the unit constantly below freezing.

Also, I bypassed the door light switch and installed a toggle switch so I can have light when I want.

Ben

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automobiliben 08-09-2013 02:21 PM

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Im so excited! i scored a freezer just like this last nigh on CL for $175!!! now I have a question. I may have missed this and if so, sorry but how did you do your drainage tray? How is it attached and does it drain from the bottom or is it removable?
Here is a pic of mine. I used threaded inserts in the wooden blocks I made to attach it to the door. It than rests on top of the block with set screws threaded into the wooden blocks and wrung butts for easy cleaning/removal.

automobiliben 08-09-2013 02:21 PM

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Quote:
Originally Posted by PacificNWBrewer View Post
Im so excited! i scored a freezer just like this last nigh on CL for $175!!! now I have a question. I may have missed this and if so, sorry but how did you do your drainage tray? How is it attached and does it drain from the bottom or is it removable?
Here is a pic of mine. I used threaded inserts in the wooden blocks I made to attach it to the door. It than rests on top of the block with set screws threaded into the wooden blocks and wrung butts for easy cleaning/removal.

automobiliben 08-09-2013 02:21 PM

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Quote:
Originally Posted by PacificNWBrewer View Post
Im so excited! i scored a freezer just like this last nigh on CL for $175!!! now I have a question. I may have missed this and if so, sorry but how did you do your drainage tray? How is it attached and does it drain from the bottom or is it removable?
Here is a pic of mine. I used threaded inserts in the wooden blocks I made to attach it to the door. It than rests on top of the block with set screws threaded into the wooden blocks and wrung butts for easy cleaning/removal.

automobiliben 08-09-2013 02:21 PM

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Quote:
Originally Posted by PacificNWBrewer View Post
Im so excited! i scored a freezer just like this last nigh on CL for $175!!! now I have a question. I may have missed this and if so, sorry but how did you do your drainage tray? How is it attached and does it drain from the bottom or is it removable?
Here is a pic of mine. I used threaded inserts in the wooden blocks I made to attach it to the door. It than rests on top of the block with set screws threaded into the wooden blocks and wrung butts for easy cleaning/removal.

automobiliben 08-09-2013 02:21 PM

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Quote:
Originally Posted by PacificNWBrewer View Post
Im so excited! i scored a freezer just like this last nigh on CL for $175!!! now I have a question. I may have missed this and if so, sorry but how did you do your drainage tray? How is it attached and does it drain from the bottom or is it removable?
Here is a pic of mine. I used threaded inserts in the wooden blocks I made to attach it to the door. It than rests on top of the block with set screws threaded into the wooden blocks and wrung butts for easy cleaning/removal.

automobiliben 08-09-2013 02:21 PM

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Quote:
Originally Posted by PacificNWBrewer View Post
Im so excited! i scored a freezer just like this last nigh on CL for $175!!! now I have a question. I may have missed this and if so, sorry but how did you do your drainage tray? How is it attached and does it drain from the bottom or is it removable?
Here is a pic of mine. I used threaded inserts in the wooden blocks I made to attach it to the door. It than rests on top of the block with set screws threaded into the wooden blocks and wrung butts for easy cleaning/removal.

automobiliben 08-09-2013 02:21 PM

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Quote:
Originally Posted by PacificNWBrewer View Post
Im so excited! i scored a freezer just like this last nigh on CL for $175!!! now I have a question. I may have missed this and if so, sorry but how did you do your drainage tray? How is it attached and does it drain from the bottom or is it removable?
Here is a pic of mine. I used threaded inserts in the wooden blocks I made to attach it to the door. It than rests on top of the block with set screws threaded into the wooden blocks and wrung butts for easy cleaning/removal.

Frazeart 09-06-2013 06:07 PM

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CO2 installed last weekend, faucets and beer line this coming weekend. Yay Beer!

Update: I can fit 12 of the kegoutlet.com (where I bought all the hardware) stainless ball lock kegs in the freezer. Only installing 6 faucets at present though


Frazeart 09-09-2013 04:24 AM

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Build complete. (For now). Got to get brewing!




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