Originally Posted by RamblerGuy
Where did you get the information that the gas burner has more BTU'S than the electric heater? I haven't seen it.
Read it on the internet so it has to be true!
I have seen it in the fridge specs, I will see if I can find the exact numbers, it varies a bit from brand to brand and by the size of the fridge. It is not a massive difference, but the gas does put more heat into the system than the electric if everything is equal.
As I stated before, getting air moving is the number one thing, keeping the incoming air as cool as possible is the second, park the fridge side of the RV in the shade on a hot day, if at all possible. Circulating air around in the fridge section doesn't hurt either.