Originally Posted by markopolo
Electric (AC) will only work when you are plugged in to grid power on most RV's. The exception will be for those that can power their fridge through an inverter.
Put it in on DC while driving but remember to switch it to propane or AC when you stop driving for the day. Your battery is being charged while your van motor is running.
Propane will work anytime but isn't the safest way to do it while driving. I've run mine on propane while driving but try to avoid the practice.
DC maintains the fridge temp. It doesn't really cool.
AC cools adequately.
Propane cools the fastest.
I was wondering if the fridge runs off vehicle or coach batteries?
I think it would be coach, but I'm now not sure?
We recently used our fridge on DC and it worked to keep stuff cool, but if it's drawing
off the vehicle battery, you could get stuck somewhere and not be able to start your van.
Anyone have any idea about this? I guess I could ask RT service.
UPDATE: RT Service says the fridge runs off the coach batteries.