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Old 05-02-2016, 10:34 PM   #31
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We run an extension to the camper the night before and load up the fridge. When we connect up in the morning to leave, we switch to DC. If we stop for just an hour or so on the way, we leave it on DC. Longer than that, we switch to gas.

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Old 05-03-2016, 01:02 PM   #32
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X2...I did it with my pop up and do it now with the ROO 23SS.
This is the way most people do it as I, Plug in at home and switch to propane on the way out.

DC does work but you better remember to switch to propane upon arrival if you use it.
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Old 05-06-2016, 11:24 AM   #33
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I was told by Dealer that the best way to travel with the 3way Fridge running is
1. Hook up to electricity before travel get Fridge cold put on coldest setting.
2. Right before taking off put Fridge on warmer setting switch to battery.
3. Tow vehicle with tow package has battery charge line that will keep battery from draining.

I guess when stopped and no electricity available switch to gas propane.

Would like to know if others travel this way and any tips that could be helpful.

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The charge line from the TV may or may not prevent the battery from draining. It depends on the voltage delivered at the plug from the TV at that current draw. I wouldn't count on it though.

The simple solution is to run on gas. That is what campers with two way fridges do, since there is no option for 12V only. If the fridge burner blows out on the road, then use the 12V setting.
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