RV fridge as freezer?

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Re: RV fridge as freezer?

Postby John61CT » Sun Dec 17, 2017 11:35 pm

CanuckShooter wrote:I use propane on extended hunting trips, and the 12v while travelling, the 110 is for when we have the camper unit parked in the driveway prior to heading out.


Exactly how the design is intended.
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Re: RV fridge as freezer?

Postby nemoskull » Sat Dec 23, 2017 9:05 pm

just fyi, but i took an old dorm fridge and turned it into a ice chest style fridgerator /freezer. temp goes from 1 to 7, set a 1.5, i get a few degrees below freezing at the bottom. draws about 1.4 amps an hours with r10 insulation. stock draws 50 watts, but right now its drawing 80. im guessing that mostly cus the lost heat sink.
its an option to consider.
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