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It uses peltier devices - a thermoelectric cooling/heating device - when a current is applied they chill on one side and warm the other. They're quite common but relatively inefficient in terms of energy compared to a compressor that you'd find in a fridge. Their efficiency is based on how quickly you can dissipate the heat generated. Thermal design is a key ...


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It sounds like you could be right - if the existing fridge doesn't get cold enough, then the thermostat is opening (disconnecting the circuit) above your target temperature, so the unit doesn't get cold enough. I'm assuming you've looked for some adjustment on the thermostat - most fridges have these. So, if you have connected the A419 to the mains socket ...


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1) Do I raise after 3 days or some other amount? (Rule of thumb here as I'm not going to take gravity readings) Assuming you aren't taking gravity readings, therefor you aren't examining the apparent attenuation, your best bet is to wait until after high-krausen. This really depends on the gravity of the beer, what yeast your using (ale vs. lager, fast ...



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