Sometimes it is 30, sometimes it is 45 under similar conditions. I try everything to satisfy the whims of my fussy fridge
. I've insulated, I've shaded. I've serviced, I've installed fans. I wait till absolutely necessary to open the door (unless it's 30 degrees and freezing my salad and club soda).
I installed remote thermometers so I can keep track of the temps without opening the doors.
Except under extreme conditions the freezer usually stays frozen so I only keep raw meat in there. Underway I move my sensitive item (milk) to an ice box.
I will never buy another trailer where the fridge
vents through the side. Friends with top venting models are so much more casual than I am and do not have the same complaints.
Would it ruin some celestial plan for a top vent to be included on all fridges?
And then I talk to people with my same model who have none of the above issues, thus my suspicion regarding haunt habitation.