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DutchmenSport

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AC09 wrote:

Whats the reason for leaving the fridge on?


Keep drinks in the trailer refrigerator all the time, use it for extra refer space, and love to use the camper in the driveway, so always have something in it for midnight snacks!


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AC09 wrote:

Whats the reason for leaving the fridge on?


We keep a few cold drinks in there and can use it for "guest house" when family shows up.

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I use the power for a AC heater (heating element in sealed metal box with air slots that draws 60 Watts) that does a great job of keeping mold and mildew at bay by keeping air circulating in the confined space.

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