I'm in the process of doing a frame-off restoration of a 1977 13' scamp
and have a questions about the venting needed for a fridge
. I currently have two holes from the previous venting from the 3-way fridge
, and am unsure if two are still needed, plus i'm having a hard time finding new vent covers that will fit. I can imagine that the newer technology of the current fridges need less venting than this one has. Ive been glassing in the old holes from the heater, the stove hood, and overhead vent, so glassing these babies in, and cutting only whats needed for venting is an option. can anyone weigh in on how much is needed for proper ventilation, and if this is a waste of time to do?