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Old 07-21-2013, 04:33 PM   #111
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Well I did discover that since I have my ref/freezer plugged into an AC outlet that is effected by a ground fault outlet in the coach, you need to be aware that the GF outlet is thrown....

Almost lost my food because of that.... Something triggered the GF and also blew the DC fuse.... Fixed both and up and running again...
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Old 01-12-2014, 03:13 PM   #112
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We are getting ready to use the RV and freezer finally, but the fuse for the freezer keeps blowing. What size are you using? We had a 5 and it blew, put in another and it also blew.

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Tonk....

I switched my 5 amp for a 7 amp and haven't had a single problem...
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