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Old 10-07-2006, 10:02 PM   #1
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I was just thinking back to my second camper, I had it plugged in and getting ready to go away a few years ago, but forgot to close the fridge door.
Had a rather large block of ice that almost filled the fridge, made it hard to get stuff out and to get it thawed enough to close the door.
One of those things to not forget.
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I was just thinking back to my second camper, I had it plugged in and getting ready to go away a few years ago, but forgot to close the fridge door.
Had a rather large block of ice that almost filled the fridge, made it hard to get stuff out and to get it thawed enough to close the door.
One of those things to not forget.
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We had our brand new TT in 1970 and as we were going across the town I asked my wife if she had put the pin in the ref. door. She said she didn't think she did. We pulled over and had a dozen eggs, pickles, and a lot of other stuff on the floor. We cleaned up in the K-Mart parking lot and then restocked. That mistake we haven't made again, so far.
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