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Old 05-14-2012, 04:07 PM   #21
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Wagon52, I use two small pieces of the course side of velcro on edge of door and on side of fridge adjacent to one on door and then twice as long piece of the other half of velco between the two that holds door shut. When at CG I just fold back out of the way till we leave. The Fridge bars when used tightly against drinks in fridge holds all secure.
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Old 05-14-2012, 04:23 PM   #22
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Wagon52, I use two small pieces of the course side of velcro on edge of door and on side of fridge adjacent to one on door and then twice as long piece of the other half of velco between the two that holds door shut. When at CG I just fold back out of the way till we leave. The Fridge bars when used tightly against drinks in fridge holds all secure.

That sounds like a winner! Thanks for the info. Actually it was a dumb question that I should have been able to figure out myself. Sometime we do over think things.....
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Old 05-14-2012, 04:24 PM   #23
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I had same problem told the dealer about it and they installed a quick release strap to the wall in back of fridge and mounts to the same wall on other side of fridge it
kept the door closed but not the beverages from rolling around so I bought some spring loaded fridge bars I stock the fridge and install the bars havent lost a beverage yet.
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Old 05-14-2012, 04:41 PM   #24
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We had the same thing happen to us on or last campout. We had a few 2 liter bottles of pop in the outside fridge. When I opened the kitchen, they came rolling out. I was thinking about just baby proofing our fridge door with something like this (Amazon.com: Parent Units Fridge Guard, Clear: Baby). But, I do like the idea of the bars also, that way I still have nor surprises when I open the door.
I bought something pretty similar in the baby section at walmart. Door stays shut. This coupled with the spring bars at CW keeps everything secure.
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Old 05-14-2012, 06:25 PM   #25
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That sounds like a winner! Thanks for the info. Actually it was a dumb question that I should have been able to figure out myself. Sometime we do over think things.....
No problem. Anything I can do to stop beverage ( adult and otherwise ) hari-kari
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Went with the Velcro and a few spring loaded curtain rods from Target. Will see how this does on our trip this weekend.
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Home Depot has these Child Proof Latches that stick well, and seem to hold well. Multi-Purpose Appliance Latch-48482 at The Home Depot
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Home Depot has these Child Proof Latches that stick well, and seem to hold well. Multi-Purpose Appliance Latch-48482 at The Home Depot
Thanks! I will check them out. Might look a little nicer than the Velcro.
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Old 06-01-2012, 11:13 AM   #29
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Since the refer doesn't run while towing, I just load mine after arrival. If I would like a cold one after set-up, I usually just throw a few in the main refer for the trip.
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Since the refer doesn't run while towing, I just load mine after arrival. If I would like a cold one after set-up, I usually just throw a few in the main refer for the trip.
We normally drive less than an hour to our local haunts so I'll start mine same time as inside fridge day before and stock it.
So while were traveling and unplugged there still cold when we get there.
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