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Old 01-13-2017, 10:00 AM   #15
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My rig will use up my whole 25 gallon tank of propane in about 5 weeks if i run the fridge full time on propane. no furnace, light cooking on the stove.

It aint leaking. I have power for the winter and have used not even a third of my propane since sept. We spent 6 months or so with no power and had to fill up propane every 4 weeks or so just to run the fridge.

I am sure some fridges are better than others.

Something isn't right. Research says a 20# (not gallon) tank should last about 120 days.
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If you're just driving for the day in moderate weather conditions, set the refrigerator temp to a lower temp the night before and turn it off while driving then turn it on when you stop at the end of the day. The refrigerator insulation and frozen food in the freezer should keep things cold enough in that short time.
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