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Old 11-10-2019, 02:47 PM   #1
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How level for RV fridge

We are waiting delivery for our 29MVP and wondering peoples past experience with the 2 way RV fridges and how level does it need to be. I have been reading the newer fridges are a little better, up to 3 degrees level My concern is when we bring the coach home to load are street is on a bit of slope, it will be pretty difficulty to get perfect. Its a bit confusing because in our journeys we have seen a ton of class C's (rentals mostly) that don't look close to level??? any input on past experience is greatly appreciated.
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You're right when rentals aren't parked level for the Fridge, because they either don't know or they don't care about one else their property. The same rule applies to batteries, they are usually ruined after the first trip, because they drain them down till nothing lite anymore.
Recommend to keep your refer within the manufacturers specifications.
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Get yourself a circular bubble level and place on the freezer floor. If the floating bubble is at least half way into the center circle you are good to go.
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Old 11-11-2019, 09:27 AM   #4
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I think if you are just loading up for your trip you should be fine for a few hours. I have a slopped driveway and usually have mine plugged in for a few hours to load supplies for our trip and have not had issues. Both fridge and freezer work to keep my food cold. I make sure when parked for extended time, I use the bubble level and my levelers to make sure we are level.
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