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Old 09-02-2011, 08:49 AM   #1
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fridg question??

Just got back from a 2500 mile trip with Jayco Skylark. It has a two way fridg, 110V AC, or gas. When travelling we noticed that when we were on interstates cruising at over 55mph the gas on fridg would go out. When we remained at speeds lower than 55 all was ok. Has anyone experienced this problem, and if so how was it solved?
Fridg works well other than this issue.
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Just got back from a 2500 mile trip with Jayco Skylark. It has a two way fridg, 110V AC, or gas. When travelling we noticed that when we were on interstates cruising at over 55mph the gas on fridg would go out. When we remained at speeds lower than 55 all was ok. Has anyone experienced this problem, and if so how was it solved?
Fridg works well other than this issue.
Had a similar problem with an RV. The wind entering the outside of the ventilation louvers on back of fridge. Had to put some wire mesh on inside and duct tape it to stay. However, you cannot obstruct ventilation for the fridge.
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