This may be a dumb question, but I'll ask it anyhow..
We possibly getting a 36 CKTS with a residential refrigerator. We have to store our current - and future- rig in storage yard, and typically bring it home the night before a trip to pack it up but mostly to plug in and let the fridge cool down overnight. The unit we are looking at has the residential fridge with inverter. I have read that many posters have experienced a fridge kept cold for up to 36 hours on battery power.
So my question is might I be able to go to storage yard the day/night before departure, make sure inverter is on and battery disconnect off, turn on the empty fridge and let it cool down overnight, without killing the batteries?
Keeping something cold is one thing; getting it cold is another. I've read that some of these residential fridges cool down in about 3 hours. I'm really mostly trying to avoid having to bring the unit home, fighting subdivision traffic while I take my time backing into the drive, etc.
Thanks in advance,
Wayne and Kim
2014 Cedar Creek 36CKTS
2011 Ford F250 King Ranch 4x2 Diesel, added springs
Nights camped: 2014 - 32; 2013 - 23