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  1. stevewitt1
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    Sorry about the long delay but I just saw your question. I just couldn't get the fridge to stay cold ON THE ROAD using LPG. I replaced the controller, cleaned the orifice, made wind deflectors and finally admitted I was defeated. So, I changed approach. I cut the wire feeding the outlet that the fridge plugs into and installed a 3-pole, 3-throw switch. I bought a 2000 watt inverter and installed it and ran a 12/3 cord from the inverter to the switch. The inverter has a remote switch in my bedroom. So, when heading out on the road I turn the switch to power the fridge outlet from the inverter that I turned on and all seems well.
    Steve

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  • About INKY Newbies
    City
    Livingston
    State or Province
    TX
    Country
    USA
    RV Manufacturer
    Fleetwood
    RV Model
    Bounder
    RV Year
    2006
    RV Length
    38

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  • Join Date: 03-10-2019
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