Originally Posted by loisjop
Once again, if you use the simple procedure in the F/P manual, all you have to do before you get on the road is make sure the door is shut. Ours has never come open because it is locked. Just our thoughts. Noel & Lois
That's true... and that procedure certainly works. But if you spend any significant time in parked in one spot (snowbirding, for example), it can be nice to have the dishdrawer NOT lock each time you close it. And instead of having to go through the manual to turn the automatic locking on/off at the start/end of an extended stay somewhere, I have found the lock button/circuit breaker combination to be easier.
Not saying one is better than the other... just different strokes for different folks. This alternate method may work better for some people.