Originally Posted by Outlaw7
Thank you for that answer! Exactly what I was hoping to hear
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Assuming what you meant by "securing power" to the refrigerator was you turned it off, you should be fine. The refrig controls are 12v from the battery so plugging into shore power would not impact the 12v feed except maybe raise the voltage a little, If you meant you turned off the main battery disconnect switch then you are still fine. It is true that there is a 110v connection to the refrigerator which is used for the heater coil to make the cooling cycle work but with the frig off or 12v battery power off there no control power to connect the 110v supply and operate the heater. The electric heater is the source of heat needed to make the cycle work if not using propane as the heat source.
Lastly if you have a residential type refrigerator (not sure if that comes with the 4 door refrigerator option in the 3050) then none of what I said above applies.