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Old 08-28-2020, 07:23 AM   #15
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Want to thank everyone for your input. We're trying to locate the recommended Frigidaire - either model. So far no luck. My have to look much further from home and check into on-line stores we don't know.
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Reading through this thread it sounds like this started with someone having a problem with temp. We have a friend with a Bounder and residential refrigerator that the freezer wont go below 37 degrees. Is this a common problem?
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Reading through this thread it sounds like this started with someone having a problem with temp. We have a friend with a Bounder and residential refrigerator that the freezer wont go below 37 degrees. Is this a common problem?
It has been mentioned in older posts that if running them on MSW inverters, they don't cool right.
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Its a MSW inverter. Now figure out if your warming issues only happen while on inverter power.
Twinboat had an excellent question that I'm not sure anyone else asked or answered: Does your Whirlpool fridge work when it is NOT on inverter power? And do you have the option to run this fridge on regular shorepower, bypassing the inverter? Your whole problem could be trying to power the fridge via inverter power. If you do not know, try unplugging the fridge and plugging into an extension cord connected to regular 120v power. If it cools, you will have your answer.
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37 degrees is good for frig part, but freezer should be closer to 0
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I'm not sure what a MSW inverter is so I can't answer that one! It's a Magnum Energy model MMS1012.
MMS1012 (MMS1012-U) The MMS Series Inverter/Charger is a pure sine wave inverter ..... https://www.magnum-dimensions.com/pr...rter-charger-0
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As tropical36 nailed it, yep it IS indeed PSW. What a good news for OP!
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I was wondering if you have looked into a RV 3-way frig, works on shore power, batteries or propane. I was wondering how easy it would to convert or current house frig


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