I have done it both ways in the past. I assume
you store your trailer level, as if it were in a campsite?
- Easier to just pack & go, eliminates need to remember to pre-chill.
- Some items can remain stored cold in the fridge.
- reduces worries of odors from mold & mildew
- If plugged in to electric, is converter also boiling the battery dry, killing it?
- If electric is not available at storage site, increased propane costs and risks.
- Constantly running fridge might wear out faster?
Right now I leave it off. I learned, after boiling one battery
dry, that I can disengage the converter at the circuit breaker panel while leaving the fridge's breaker on. However, Running an extension cord to the trailer became a logistical problem, and I don't want to run the propane