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Unread 10-28-2012, 04:03 PM   #10
GARNAAL
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OK - I suggested the new Thermostat install, because I think using the existing one will cool down the unit too much to airdry meats (which I do a lot.. which normally takes 50-65 F temps..)

for curing you probably will need the lower temps in the 30's..

anyway -
try it out first and see how cold that unit gets when you run it with a fan in it..
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