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Old 07-25-2012, 10:46 PM   #1
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Has any one added a DC to AC converter to the outside refridge? It would be nice to keep items cold in travel.
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Old 07-25-2012, 11:05 PM   #2
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Isn't the fridge in the outdoor kitchen 120V and propane?

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Ours is only 120v from what I can see. My is a 2011.
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I don't know what the amp draw on that fridge would be...hopefully there's some info about it in your document package or on the manufacturer's web site. I think that the installation of a inverter would work depending on the amp draw. The TV's hot wire should be able to keep the camper's battery(s) charged while towing. Hopefully the camper's power center is located close to the outside kitchen for ease of wiring.

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We load the outside refrigerator two days before we leave while still on shore power and cool everything down to as cold as we can get it. I have two good sized freezer jell packs in the top of the unit. I have traveled all day and everything stays cold until I can plug in that evening. Let us know if the inverter idea works.
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