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Old 08-03-2016, 05:32 PM   #1
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2016 WhiteHawk 25BHS, Manually turn off outdoor fridges?

Does anyone know of a manual way besides unplugging the outdoor fridges to turn them off? Every time you plug into shore power they turn on. One is somewhat easy to unplug, but the front storage area one is a PIA. I can not find any switches inside or outside the camper or on the fridges themselves.

If no one knows a way then I'm just going to splice the wires and install manual switches by each one.

Thanks for any help.
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We have the smaller one. There is a knob near the bottom on the right hand side that adjusts temp and turns it off. Hope that helps.


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Actually I just came back from looking at them again. You are correct. There is a knob on the back at the very bottom. Not a very easy spot to get to. Think instead of splicing, I'm just going buy a small surge protector with an on/off switch.

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Glad I could help!


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Old 08-03-2016, 08:32 PM   #5
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We found the knob very hard to get to so I put the plug on a $3 power strip with a switch. Then we turn the switch off when we want it turned off. But then you figured that one out on your own!
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Actually I just came back from looking at them again. You are correct. There is a knob on the back at the very bottom. Not a very easy spot to get to. Think instead of splicing, I'm just going buy a small surge protector with an on/off switch.

Thanks for the reply.
I just bout the surge protector and mounted it so I have a switch. I have the fridge in the outdoor kitchen which the plug is just on the side wall so easy to just unplug but I also have one upfront storage area that is impossible to get too. I had to pull the panels off to put the flat wall plug surge protector so I can I have the switch. Works great and I have a plug there if I want to charge my drill battery or blow up the swim toys.
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