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Fact or Fiction? Outside temperatures can be too cold for an RV refrigerator to cool

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Fact or Fiction? Outside temperatures can be too cold for an RV absorption refrigerator to cool.
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John
15 days ago

Well I have absorption fridge and I find the opposite. In really hot weather, I sometimes find it can’t keep up, and get real frustrated when wife keeps door open for more than a second or two. But when we’ve camped in cold weather, it does great. Often the fridge gets so cold water jug begins to freeze and I have to move it off the coldest setting.

Tommy Molnar
15 days ago

Altitude is also a factor.

Steve Comstock
15 days ago

When you pose the question, “Fact or Fiction,” it is implied that after one guesses, the true answer must be given. Right?

DW/ND
15 days ago
Reply to  Steve Comstock

Steve: Click the link under the picture……..

Marlene Syverson
15 days ago

So true as it happened. I put a small light outside in fridge compartment and worked like a charm.

Tom E
15 days ago

What? Asking an opinion question on a fact.

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