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Default Danby DAR440 and Johnson control a419abg-3c probe

Just getting into kegging and converted a Danby DAR440w into a two tap system. So far, I've been having trouble getting the temperature right – it's either a little too warm or freezing.

I'd like to go ahead and get the Johnson controller (pre-wired) A419ABG-3C to hold the temp steady, but I'm wondering about how to get the probe inside the fridge cleanly.

Did some searching around but couldn't find an answer, anyone know a link or solution?

In these photos the lead and probe look kind of thick, and I'm not sure if it'll snake in through the drain outlet or not (I'm at work right now).

Would I have to drill a new hole for the probe and then seal it up? Anyone done this?

Thanks!



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