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Old 12-29-2009, 06:50 AM   #1
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winter refridgerator use

Good morning everyone. A little bit of help please.
We are in New England and the RV is winterized. My wife wants to use the refer to store some food for a week or so . Since the days and nights vary from 40 above to almost zero will it do any harm to plug the RV in and turn the refer on?
I do not have the heat on in the rig. I assume that when the temp goes below freezing the refer will not kick on? And that if it warms up it will?
I do not want to harm the refer. We do often use it for storage in warmer weather and have had no problems.

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Good evening don, we have use refrigerator during the Holidays for pie's and fixings for meals. You will not have a problem and the box temps will keep a even temp level.
Not necessary to use furnace unless if you have guest's staying over.
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