Originally Posted by exlnt1900
Still learning all about our new 335DS. One question I have gotten mixed answers on - our fridge is only electric. To run it while driving I must switch to inverter which is only dedicated for the refrigerator. The question is will the house batteries be charged while driving or only when plugged into shore power? Have received both answers on this question. Thanks for any insight.
The alternator on your tow vehicle will keep the keep the batteries charged so that the residential refrigerator, running off of the converter, will continue to run without draining the trailer batteries. We've occasionally had a day of towing, a night with the residential refrigerator running just off the batteries, followed by a second day of towing before we plugged back into shore power, and the fridge kept running and kept everything cold.
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