I am looking to build a kegerator and can't find a mini fridge
without a shelf at that bottom. Ideally the shelf should be at the
top like this unit..
I came up with the brainstorm idea of running the fridge upside
down and wondered if this would be possible and reasonable to do.
Does anyone know if it would be possible for me to modify the
refrigerator to run upside down? I have always heard that you should
never lay a refrigerator down but do not know why, can anyone explain
Thanks in advance,
Jeff your post more aptly belongs in the group < REC.CRAFTS.BREWING > more
Ive set followups to target there suggest subscribe to that group in order
to catch worthwhile replies.
That said, I finally brokedown and now use a commercial version--a True
fridge model # GDM-47 just like those you see in the quickstop with sodas or
whatever, a pair of sliding doors...easily holds 2 full kegs or a 1/2 dozen
corneys homebrew...this in addition the odd thanksgiving turkey and then
again lotsa milk and eggs an shit for the grandkids.
There a reason you're too cheap to buy a unit actually built for what
By the time you get done f'ing around you could probably bought two for
the price and aggravation.
Go look in the mirror. You are exactly the person we mean when we say
Maybe instead of getting pissed, you'll think about why you think like a
Shame you weren't looking for one a couple of months ago. I bought the one
shown in your link for $449 at BJs. I just checked their web site and they
don't show them anymore.
Go with the freezer and put a contoller on it to keep the proper temp:
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