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RE: Furrion 12 Volt Refrigerator Issues

Would the battery voltage change if I am connected to shore power?
bogie514 03/30/21 12:00pm Travel Trailers
RE: Furrion 12 Volt Refrigerator Issues

I'll check the batteries - I would hope that they are ok, it's been less than 6 weeks since they were installed. I'll check the dates on them as well. I didn't put a temp sensor in the freezer. The ice cubes and ice cream are frozen solid.
bogie514 03/30/21 09:53am Travel Trailers
Furrion 12 Volt Refrigerator Issues

We purchased a 2021 Grand Design Transcend 240ML with the Furrion 12 volt, 8 cubic foot, refrigerator and solar panel. This morning the refrigerator temperature was 43 degrees; the lowest temperature recorded was 39 degrees. When the compressor and fan run, it is annoyingly loud. The refrigerator was nearly full and had been running for 2 days. All temperatures were measured using a remote wireless sensor without opening and closing the door. In looking at the specs, Furrion lists the normal operating range as 32 to 50 degrees in the refrigerator compartment (https://furrion.com/products/8-cu-ft-furrion-arctic%C2%AE-12-volt-built-in-refrigerator). I understand that I should have done more research before I purchased this unit. It is reasonable to expect a refrigerator to operate within all food safety guidelines for refrigerators - that is that the maximum temperature be 40 degrees. On edit: We are in central Ohio where the temperature over the past few days has not been above the low 60's and the internal temperature of the camper has not been over 73 degrees. The refrigerator was set to its lowest (Maximum cool) position. What are your experiences with 12 volt refrigerrators?
bogie514 03/30/21 08:10am Travel Trailers
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