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Old 10-09-2008, 12:27 AM   #1
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Default What temp do you keep you Sanyo 4912?

How cold does the Sanyo 4912 model get? I just looked at mine and it's on 5. How cool do you keep your's?


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Old 10-09-2008, 02:57 PM   #2
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I've got mine set at 3 and it's around 40 degrees.


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I guess its relative to you're ambient temperature. Here in Hawaii I have mine set at 5 and it is around 38 degrees. It seems like the compressor is on more than it is off. Theres no way my Sanyo will hit near-freezing temps.
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I set mine at 5 before and froze two kegs... Not good.

I keep it around 4 now and its usually around 40-45F.
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I keep it at it's warmest setting. I prefer my beer not to be ice cold.
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Mines at 3 and around 40F.
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Added a glass of water yesterday to mine and it's at 38...


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