I am thinking of an extended stay next summer in an area with higher than normal ambient temps. Likely 3.5 months of 110*F +/- daily temps, with lows in the low 90s, high 80s. Due to how I would have to park my rig to access power, sewer, and water the condensing coils, and access panel of my fridge would be in direct sun light for 4+ hours a day. Also, there is a more than adequate wind break where I would park that hinders any breeze from getting to my rig. Here's my question; Will this type of environment shorten the life span of my fridge? I already have installed a helper fan to increase air movement across the condenser coils since I spend so much time in the desert southwest as it is. Fridge is working quite well right now. Just curios.
"Full Timer" with "Boon Docking" in the desert southwest being my drug of choice. Well, that and really cold beer.