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is 63-64 degrees Ok for storing cigars my wine-cooleradoor will only go up to 64 degrees
A little warmer would be better for the aging process, colder=easier to crack and lose the bit of dexterity they have. However, if it is the best you can do and the humidity is right you can always give it a go for a few months and see if you like the results.
in my opinion/experience those particular 6 degrees wont make that much of a difference. If you have the urge, however, you can replace the thermostat in the fridge to one that will go up to 70 or 75.
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yeh me being a graduate from electronic engineering... I think that should not be a problem..... just gotta find the themostat...... hard to work with no schematic ... not even a brand name on the thing...