Fridge Compartment Heating
Not freeze over but instead it warms up inside when the outside is very cold say @30F and lower. My sensors showed upwards of+6F above the normal settings of 32F top & 40F bottom. I suspected a LP flow issue but the heater, stove and a bbq plumbed at the tail always work great. I’m not aware of LP being significantly impacted with these temps so I'm leaning towards the refrigerant thickening (? for lack of a better term) as some percentage of that chemistry is probably water. This happened with an earlier unit too which was +10 years old until I replaced it 2 years ago due to parts failure and the condition continues. Other than a battery whisper fan circulating inside, both are factory with no mods. I tested at home on shore power and can’t reproduce the condition under simulated full hookup. There’s no problem LP off when on the generator. My next test will be in the field is to confirm if compartment heating without killing the batteries in freezing cold alters this. So, I’m looking for a power friendly solution, or any other solution, if there is one. I'll figure it out at some point and will share the results.