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Old 05-16-2016, 08:18 PM   #1
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Gallon Size Milk Inside Refrigerator

I have seen pictures of some that put the gallon of milk on the glass shelf inside the refrigerator and some up high in front of the cooling fins. Where do you place your milk inside the refrigerator?
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Our Norcold has a plastic box in the bottom of the frig for a gallon of milk, etc. The bottom stays colder than the top shelf of any frig.
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I bought the battery operated fridge fan and it seems to have evened out the temperature from top to bottom. BTW, we keep the milk on the top shelf and it stays very cold.
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I have seen pictures of some that put the gallon of milk on the glass shelf inside the refrigerator and some up high in front of the cooling fins. Where do you place your milk inside the refrigerator?
Is this a Dometic or Norcold refrigerator or a residential? We have a Dometic and I seldom buy a gallon size because of the weight/size of it. I prefer smaller containers as they are easier to stow.
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Bottom it's colder. Have to have my ice cold milk with my peach cobbler Put beer up top
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Our Norcold has a plastic box in the bottom of the frig for a gallon of milk, etc. The bottom stays colder than the top shelf of any frig.
Not only colder but I may save you a broken door hinge. I don't but anything heavy on the door shelves.

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If you have the Fridge Fix interior fan you don't have to worry about where you put items to keep them cold.
The battery fans are worthless in my opinion.
Add an ARP system and then you have more protection.
I have two half gallon containers that I put in the door.
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Our 4-door Dometic has a spot right for a gallon - 2nd shelf from the top in the fridge. Haven't had a problem with the milk not being cold.
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We have a residential fridge and both doors have storage for gallon jugs. One side has milk and the other side holds a 1/2 gallon of home made wine!
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Like Ray In in a bin in the bottom right per the book.
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