Crystal Cold CC21RFS 21 cu. ft. Propane Refrigerator Freezer Stainless
2 Door Black Textured Finish with Stainless Steel Doors
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Crystal Cold is now the new king of the hill for home / cabin sized propane refrigerator freezers.
Fuel consumption remains at 1.5 lbs per 24 hours which is the same as the CC18 18 cu. ft model since it is the same cooling system. Crystal Cold recommends this model in areas where the temperature does not exceed 95 degrees Fahrenheit for long periods of time.
Here are some of the particulars:
Outside - H: 69.5" x W: 30" x D: 37"
Refrigerator Interior - H: 39.5" x W: 25.25" x D: 26.5"
Freezer Interior - H: 16.75" x W: 23.75" x D: 26"
Double Clear Crisper and Cover
2 Adjustable Glass Shelves
Built in Interior Light (4 D Batteries required)
Textured Black Sides and Top - Stainless Steel Doors
Thermostat Controlled Temperature
Mounted on heavy duty casters for easy moving
Easy Front Push Button Igniter / Flame indicator
Stainless Steel Burner Assembly
Largest Propane Model Available
Shipping Weight 330 lbs
Fuel Consumption: 0.35 gal / 1.5 lbs per 24 hrs
3 Year Warranty on cooling unit
3 Year Warranty on parts ( Shelves and crisper drawers not includedin warranty )
New limited Warranty
All refrigerator sales dated April 1, 2014 and thereafter will be covered with
a three year warranty package. A complete coverage on all performance
parts for three years, and an additional** three year warranty on the
cooling unit when installed with adequate ventilation.See your owner's
manual for details. The manufacturer reserves the right to repair or replace a
faulty cooling unit. This warranty package will be standard on all
"Crystal Cold" refrigerators.
Thermocouple and thermostat = three years
**Colling unit = six years with proper ventilation
A friendly reminder: When installing a refrigerator in a boxed in setting,
please install a floor register directly below the cooling unit for added
Ventililation from the crawl space or basement. This extra air movement will
lower the cooling unit temperature and extend the life of the refrigerator.
Also write the date refrigerator was installed on back side of unit.