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Old 10-14-2009, 01:39 PM   #1
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does anyone know if you can drill through the top of a kenmore 4.6 cu. ft. mini fridge, model # 183.94679, for a tower tap

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Old 10-14-2009, 02:15 PM   #2
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You can try doing the corn startch and alcohol spread across the top and watch where it dries for compressor lines like this:


I have the sanyo in the video and this worked nicely. I had to remove the plastic top part in order to get down to the metal, but the compressor line warmed up starch mixture and it quickly became obvious where not to drill.

And it's spelled mini fridge :P
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Old 10-14-2009, 02:50 PM   #3
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Thanks I will check it out

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is this model one without the freezer or does it have the freezer tray up top?

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Old 10-16-2009, 05:01 PM   #5
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Yes it has the freezer compartment on top with the cooling lines in it I already moved that but I'm a little nervous about drilling through the top

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if there is a cooling freon plate in the fridge that you moved and the tube comes in and out from the back or bottom i would think that there is nothing up top cause it would be a waste of money for the company to put them in. you can feel the top on the inside now that the plate is moved and it should be warm after the plate first starts to get cold

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if there is a cooling freon plate in the fridge that you moved and the tube comes in and out from the back or bottom i would think that there is nothing up top cause it would be a waste of money for the company to put them in. you can feel the top on the inside now that the plate is moved and it should be warm after the plate first starts to get cold
why do you say this? The lines in the body are the lines used to dissipate the heat they run all over the unit usually there is just one on top that goes from one side to the other. On older fridges the coils were either under or behind the unit now they run them in the body.
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so i have a kenmore fridge that i'm trying to convert and it does have a freezer in it but the freezer tray i got loose but still have a tube or somthing going to the back of the fridge. did you guys cut that or something?

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so i have a kenmore fridge that i'm trying to convert and it does have a freezer in it but the freezer tray i got loose but still have a tube or somthing going to the back of the fridge. did you guys cut that or something?
is it the plastic tray or the cooling plate ?
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it depends on the kind of tube. does it seem like metal? if so do not cut that!!!! if it seems like a plastic tube that is used for water draining then u should be ably to cut it but if you can fit everything with it i would just leave it in.

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