Originally Posted by Smitty75
I tried this and my refrigerator light stayed on, however I'm not sure it was enough juice to actually keep anything cold or run the pump/motor or whatever powers the actual cooling process. So I don't think it will run the refrigerator, just enough to keep the light on and provide false hope that it's cooling.
Mine keeps just as cool on propane as it does on shore power.
Low battery voltage would affect the operation of running on propane.
Your tv should ..... if hooked up and working properly should charge battery while running down the road.
If not hooked to shore power and not hooked to tv running your fridge on propane with discharge battery.
Also keep in mind 24 hours cool down time is minimum on fridge before use.
And also don't stuff it full of warm beverages that will take all your cooling away.