Oh come on Glenn. Sounds like an interesting story there.
I have a small VAC fridge in my outdoor kitchen. I put all the beverages in it. When I load the trailer at home, I plug into the house power. Run the fridge inside and out and then load it up. When I disconnect, the coldness of the products inside the fridge will keep things cold til our next hook up on shore power.
I also ensure the fridge door stays closed. Why, like Glenn, when I opened the outdoor kitchen door, the fridge door flew open and the contents spilled all over the ground. Thankfully it was dirt, so nothing broke. However, even with the door jammed closed, I open the outdoor kitchen door slowly keeping the fridge door closed. Then I open it slowly and stop the bottles from all sliding out. Works.
To answer the thread, the contents will stay cold til your next hook up to shore power that night.
Bob & Kelley
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