Congrats on getting the fridge up and running.
I don't have my coach on shore power most of the time when at home, so as soon as things are ready I turn the battery switch Off. That way the parasitic loads like the LP gas detector and carbon monoxide detector don't suck the battery dry. When I need 12v power all it takes is a second to turn the switch on.
I installed my own fridge fan after seeing several here on the forum, I am kind of thrifty. The fan helps the fridge run cooler and prevents frost and ice from forming on the cooling fins. This trip last month to Branson with outside temps about 105* the fridge was good and cold and we had ice in the trays in the freezer.
Fridge fan alternate
Here is the one on eBay that others have purchased with good results and is what inspired me to do my own.
DOMETIC NORCOLD REFRIGERATOR FAN FOR RV 12 VOLT | eBay
Enjoy the first night camping, you'll start figuring out what works for you pretty quickly.
Chris in Virginia
2006 Sunseeker 3100SS/LTD
2008 Smart Passion Cabriolet TOAD
1986 Honda Helix (Original owner)