C28 refrigerator

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C28 refrigerator

Postby tatoweb on Sun Nov 05, 2017 4:53 pm

Hi all,

Every time I need to haul the boat for a few days I need to switch all batteries off and of course the refrigerator also remains off. To do this and not have a wet floor, I need to be at least one hour drying the fridge and waiting for all the ice from the freezer to melt.

Am I being a fool or this is what everyone does when the fridge needs to be off?

Is there a way to “turn only the freezer off”?


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Re: C28 refrigerator

Postby Champ on Sun Nov 05, 2017 5:30 pm

Why do the batteries have to be turned off to haul it?
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Re: C28 refrigerator

Postby BB marine on Sun Nov 05, 2017 5:44 pm

When I turn the house battery off. I put a towel across the top shelf and prop the refrigerator door open. The towel catches the water from tray above and the door opening stops mildew from forming. I keep a bungy cord on the door so it can't swing.
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Re: C28 refrigerator

Postby tatoweb on Sun Nov 05, 2017 10:27 pm

Champ wrote:Why do the batteries have to be turned off to haul it?


I turn off the fridge so it doesn’t discharge the batteries. Then, as I won’t need any power aboard I turn batteries off too.


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Re: C28 refrigerator

Postby tatoweb on Sun Nov 05, 2017 10:30 pm

BB marine wrote:When I turn the house battery off. I put a towel across the top shelf and prop the refrigerator door open. The towel catches the water from tray above and the door opening stops mildew from forming. I keep a bungy cord on the door so it can't swing.
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Thanks. Basically the same I do, but I wait till the entire fridge is dry.


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