Many moons ago I commented on the chip board shelf/panel that the 3 way fridge
sits on was wet and the cupboard under the fridge
was also wet.
I had assumed that this was due to running the Scamp
through a sef service car wash and being a bit careless with the pressure water wand stream and inadvertently blew water indie the lower (or upper) vent covers.
We just arrived in Asheville N.C. form1 or 2 nights on our way south to Jekyll Island Ga, then after many weeks on to Florida.
When setting up with our hook I popped the lower vent cover off to turn on the fridge
using 110 AC. The chip board was very wet and the cupboard under the fridge had wet carpet and some of the items stored there were also very wet.
As we had rain most of the day from the Walmart overnight in Kentucky (1st timers on trying that more to post elsewhere) it appears that while driving for 6+ hours rain was blowing in.
How do others deal with that?
Plastic bags that can be removed?
The vents are clearly important when the fridge is running, but now I am concerned that the unpainted base/self the fridge is mounted on is going to become fungus infested and begin rotting. Then the entire thing will need to come out. It is not painted from the factory.