Hello Everyone, I am planning to do the fridge baffle and fan project and was looking for some feedback. I have a 2001 Coleman Santa Fe with a Dometic 2193 fridge. Attached is a photo of my setup, as well as my planned modifications. The black area is the area I will enclose with aluminum sheet flashing to make a baffle. My first question, the area in red is an opening that is between the chimney and the wall of the fridge cabinet. Should I also make a baffle/divider to seal off this area (upper from lower) to force more air through my baffle for the fins, or leave this area open to allow airflow around the chimney to cool when I use propane? I found a couple of 80mm fans that move 48CFM each I was planning on using. I see some are using 120mm, but since my fins aren’t that large, it seemed like the extra size fans would just overlap with my baffle... which lead to me my next question. Is it better to mount the fans right on/next to the fins, or farther away, near the opening/access door? I was initially going to mount the fans in the center of the fins, but after reading a Wikipedia article with a thermal image (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Absorption_refrigerator) I noticed a majority of the heat emminated from the right sides of the fin column, so I was going to put them both near the right side. Since I normally camp during warm times, I was planning on having the fans run all the time. I planned on wiring them through my galley power cutoff so they automatically turned on when I raised the galley and automatically turned off when I lowered the galley. Any suggestions/feedback?