Dometic Refrigerator RM123E (12V / 240V/ LPG Gas)

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£449.50

Dometic Refrigerator RM123E (12V / 240V/ LPG Gas)

JK Part Number: J11895

£449.50

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Availability: in stock
Delivery: Mainland UK Only. For overseas and international shipping call +44 (0)1256 862288

Description

Quality Dometic product. RM123E fridge. Can run on 12 volt, 24 volt of LPG gas. Height: 585mm, depth: 440mm, width: 380mm. Weight: 15kg. Please Note: Must be fitted by a qualified gas engineer. A compact classic that has stood the test of time. Designed to be built into your vehicle's interior, it's just 380mm wide and fits the tight kitchenettes in most campervan conversions, old and new. It's 3-way power system makes it very flexible - using mains power where available; 12v power on the road and gas power where there are no mains to use. It comes with an exhaust vent, plus an electronic reignition device which automatically relights the flame if blown out.

Note: The RM123 piezo ignition model runs on 12 volts DC and is only available in the UK.
Technical Data -
Door Type - Single with magnetic seal and security latch
Shelves - Flexible
Thermostatic Control for 230v & gas operation
Electronic reigniter ignition
Volume - approx 31 litre
Height - 585mm
Depth - 440mm
Width - 380mm
Weight - 15kg
Energy Consumption 12v @ amb temp +25deg (kWh/24h) - 1.3
Consumption according ISO7371 (kWh/24h) - 1.3
Energy Consumption Gas (g/24h) - 140
Max input 12v (W) - 75
Max Input 12v/230v (W) - 75
Max Input Gas (g/h) - 8.6
Refridgerator =7 ded cel' at ambient temp' up to 32 deg cel (equiv to climate class N)
(Please note that as with all fridges - modifications may be required to fit - please check dimensions carefully and contact a member of sales for further information if required)

Please Note If replacing an old Electrolux RM122 or RM123, you must be aware that the flue has changed sides. Looking at the fridge on the new Dometic (formerly Electrolux) RM122 1nd RM123 the flue is on the right hand side. You cannot buy a left hand side one. Depending on the lay out of your camper you may need to modify your cupboard units to allow this fridge to fit. Please check the dimensions and suitability before ordering.

Finance Available on This Product Yes
Deposit 0.0
Width (CM - Packed) 43.0
Height (CM - Packed) 64.0
Depth (CM - Packed) 49.0
Shipping To Mainland UK Only Yes
Manufacturer Dometic
Additional Carriage Charge 0.0
Special Order Lead time 0

Customer Reviews (1)

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  • RM123

    Fitting instructions not brilliant. Found that the automatic ignition wires were the wrong way around which caused a lot of problems. Fridge door hinges abit flimsy and cheap could be improved considering the price for this fridge. Replaced an old Electrolux model and found that the flu on this model is on the opposite side which also caused many problems. Over all, not ideal for a VW T25

    by wifflow on 17/05/2014

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Questions & Answers (10)

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    • joe said: 19/02/2010 13:08
    • how long would this fride run off the leisure battery assuming it is fully charged?
    • Answer: Thois is dependant on the ampereage of your leisure battery. The unit draws 6.25 amps running on 12 volts
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    • Joanna said: 06/05/2010 15:35
    • Hi, I've got an original T25 Wesfalia with the light brown kitchen unit with dark brown edging. The fridge in this is useless. Would this fit into the kitchen unit, and will ti run off the LPG tank? It's such an original camper I'm keen not to outwardly change it's appearance.
    • Answer: If you already have a gas powered fridge this unit is quite likely to be useable with your existing flue kit. I would measure the cabinet and compare this to the dimensions of the fridge
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    • Mark said: 23/05/2010 21:49
    • I would like to fit this fridge into my 1975 Westy Continental but would want the retain the door that is currently on my coolbox to retain the original appearance. Does this fridge allow an existing door to be fitted to it?
    • Answer: The front of the door is flat and smooth so fixing a facia to it should be relatively simple
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    • daniel said: 14/03/2012 20:52
    • hi whats the width of the fridge can not see it on right up many thanks danny
    • Answer: Hi it is 382 wide danny
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    • Neal said: 08/04/2012 10:32
    • The fridge I am replacing has the hinge on the left (due to cupboard behind passenger seat on T25 Autosleeper). Is this available with a left-side hinge?
    • Answer: See above
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    • Neal said: 08/04/2012 10:32
    • The fridge I am replacing has the hinge on the left (due to cupboard behind passenger seat on T25 Autosleeper). Is this available with a left-side hinge?
    • Answer: You can change the way round of the door
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    • Alfio said: 25/06/2012 11:02
    • My bus is a 1975 westy, and this fridge is the only that has depth and wide right for the sink. But it is 585mm height, 45 mm higher than the sink, is it possible to move the panel control ? Or have you some other models (always 3 way) to install in. I'm looking for solve my problem in the past months, and it seems like that the owners of that model of westy has the same problem becuase that type of sink was built for only 1 year (01/08/1974 - 31/07/1975).
    • Answer: I correct my question with an automoatica translator. This is the right (i hope) one :
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    • Alfio said: 26/06/2012 16:40
    • My bus is a westy of 1975, and this fridge is the only one that has depth and length suitable for mobile where it should be placed. Though the fridge is 585 mm, height 45 mm higher than that space I can use, you can move the control panel? I'm trying to solve this problem for months, and it seems that the owners of this model westy (1974-1975) have all the same problem because that kind of fridge was built for only 1 year (1/8/1974-7/31/1975).
    • Answer: The control panel can not be moved on this fridge. Sorry but we do not list anything smaller.
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    • joe said: 25/01/2014 08:28
    • Does the fridge have mounting brackets so that it can be securely fixed in place?
    • Answer: The feet can be secured to the floor with counter sunk screws.
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