Originally Posted by BBQ
Google might turn up some pix.
one of my favorites, some Roadtrek models have the gas filler next to the fridge vents
I'm amazed at people at gas stations, whether a mistake like this or smoking...the last person smoking across from me at a pump says it's ok I'm pumping diesel...everybody else was pumping gas.
as above, some add wind shields there are posts on this forum with discussion and pics
among my fridge strategies if when on propane or shore power I freeze blue freezer paks and move them to the fridge door when on 12 volt.
we use 12 volt when driving, it uses minimal energy and is safe
we also have added fans inside the fridge ( on most of the time) and on the fins, not needed when driving.
I have one of those cheap dual display thermometers and have the remote in the fridge, so we can judge the internal temps without opening the door. and like my Dad always yelled about, we consider what is needed before opening the door and letting the cold air out ( thanks Dad).
The thermometer shows an amazng often 30º differential between top door shelf and bottom, that is why the fan is important. I wired a 12 volt, but you can buy a 2 D cell fan on amazon