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Dometic to launch refrigerator/freezer line at open house

Dometic to launch refrigerator/freezer line at open house

ELKHART, Ind. – Dometic will be launching a new product in the CFX Portable Refrigerator/Freezer Line this month at the Dometic Road Trip Across America Event during the Elkhart Open House, the CFX-75DZW.

The CFX-75DZW is the smaller of the two dual zone capacity CFX models in the Dometic lineup. With 48-quart and 32quart compartments and an overall capacity of 80 quarts, the CFX-75DZW provides enough space to fit up to 113 cans.

With two separate thermostats either compartment of the CFX-75DZW can be utilized as a freezer, refrigerator or both. Temperatures can be set as low as a deep-freezing -7 and up to 50 degrees Fahrenheit.

The Dometic CFX-75DZW also has some very impressive features. First, the CFX Special Electronics include an intelligent automatic turbo cooler for fast initial cooldown and temperature memory function for added convenience. Plus, regardless of the outside temperature, this unit will provide quiet cooling performance.

This portable refrigerator/freezer can also operate on solar power for functionality even off the grid.

Fitted with heavy-duty details like reinforced corners, stainless steel hinges and a robust lid lining, the units can withstand demanding conditions. The CFX-75DZW is also equipped with the option of controlling and monitoring the cooling temperature via WiFi app.

Source: Dometic press release

 

 

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About Ronnie Garrett

Ronnie Garrett is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.

2 comments

  1. Maybe Dometic could come up with a fridge that works above 4000 foot elevation! Never mind that we have over 1000 campers we have sold in the past that work fine in the mountains in Wyoming. I have a 2008 motor home and the fridge works fine in the mountains. We also have many customers with late model campers that have Dometic refrigerators that work fine in the mountains.

    We have 2 or 3 newer campers (2016) that will light just fine, but they will not relight after the fridge cools down.
    Dometic techs tell us there is no fix for this, warranty does not cover it, the fridge is not designed to work over 4000 elevation. The tell us to buy a high altitude kit. Then switch it when we come back down off the mountain.
    That is not feasible for most customers.

    If that is correct, why do we have several hundred late model campers with their fridge that work fine?!!

    THIS IS A B.S. EXCUSE!! DOMETIC NEEDS TO FIND A FIX!! WE HAVE CUSTOMERS THAT WANT A NEW FRIDGE, BUT A NEW FRIDGE WILL DO THE SAME THING!!

    AND THEIR BUDDIES CAMPER WITH THE SAME FRIDGE WORKS FINE!!

    There are thousands of campers that operate above 4000 feet in the U.S. Surely Dometic doesn’t expect us to quit camping! Don’t tell us to run the fridge on electric!!

    Will an older board work on the new fridge? Why do the older fridges work at 8000 feet? What did Dometic do to make them not work?

    This is a major issue for thousands of campers in mountainous areas in the U.S., Dometic needs to fix this ASAP!!
    We are losing sales!

  2. The problem with Dometic as well as Lippert and some others is they simply don’t care!

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