RM2201 which I had assumed didnt draw anything on propane until some well hidden specs where published here when the topic of the OP of this thread, needed a replacement fridge
came up awhile ago. Cant recall off the top of my head what the amount was - it was *very* small though. I did after that info was posted put my fridge
on propane in the driveway for a day on a fully charged & rested battery
. I plugged in the meter again and checked it after about 8 hours - sure enough something is pulling DC - again not a lot but some - had unplugged everything else (including the meter) that pulled DC prior to staring the fridge so assumed the DC drain was the fridge. Sorry I didnt make a note of how much but it wasn't a big amount and not an amount that even my tiny solar
has a problem keeping up with it. Sorry cant be more specific but electrical
is something I need to read the Electrical
for Dummies book before even changing out a connection
I only asked about the newer fridge as my fridge is creeping up in age and may need to be replaced in the not to distant future and I do tend to camp off the grid a fair bit.