5 considerations for staying on the right side of cold
Maintenance is a full-time job with an RV. With so many moving parts, there’s always something to keep an eye on. One of the joys of RV living is eating on the road, and nothing beats having fresh snacks and cold drinks for the journey.
Your fridge isn’t only essential for storage; it’s also your ally in saving money while you travel. The right level of upkeep on your fridge means you’ll be self-sufficient when it comes to provisions, so there’s no need to stop at restaurants and spend more. Here’s our guide on how to properly care for your food’s best friend.
What they are and how they work
Your RV fridge is an absorption model, which uses a flame to heat a combination of hydrogen gas, water and ammonia. These chemicals evaporate in the heat and produce condensation, which cools the fridge. You’ll need to know the kind of fridge you’re running before you can properly maintain it.