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Looking for a temp control for a bev air mt45 that will keep at about 60 degrees for wine storage,????????

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The best replacement controllers & thermostats for Beverage-air
are the AKO universal digital thermostat
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Beverage Air does make a separate thermostat for use with wine storage.
Click Here to be taken to the beverage air website for part distributors.

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