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Old 06-28-2015, 04:53 PM   #1
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we just came back from our "maiden" trip & hubby hooked up battery for the fridge while traveling. Is that ok or should we have put it on propane? Kept everything cold I might add.
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My fridge only has the option of 120 V or propane. I run it on it propane when I'm on the road. I'm sure running on 12V would be fine as well.
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Thanks! I just wanted to make sure! Going on a longer trip in 2 weeks...school reunion A campground in a more rural setting! Should be fun!
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We run on propane.
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We run on propane.

So do I.
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Propane works best for us.
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