Our experience is different. Our outside fridge usually the quickest one to cool down (over the inside one.) We keep jugs of water in it and it's been so cold that we have to dial it back. I think we made some ice cubes in it once. The outside fridge does take quite a bit of beating, during tow. To stop it from bouncing, we put a plastic bin on top of the fridge. So, it can wedge up against the shelf above, which kept it from bouncing. The little bracket Jayco added to the foot of the fridge popped off its screw by our second towing.
So, I'm thinking you may want to have your fridge looked at?
Originally Posted by spepi
Its been plugged into shore power at my house. I filled it up on Friday night and on Saturday around 5pm, it was reading this temp. I did load it up with about 10 warm beers, and I had about 12 cold ones and some bottles of water in there from a previous trip