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Old 07-18-2015, 05:43 PM   #11
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Do you have your fridge on 110? Put it on 12v and propane and take that amperage loss out of the equation. This may help on you AC start up. Start up takes way more amps than just running.
if the OP has a residential fridge, it doesn't run on propane, only 110v AC.

that's why i would never have a 110v AC residential fridge. i like having the option for propane.
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