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View Poll Results: Do you tow with the propane/fridge on?
Yep, do it all the time! 126 88.73%
Heck no! 8 5.63%
Hmmmmmm......Never really gave it much thought. 8 5.63%
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Old 05-22-2012, 04:42 AM   #41
fla-gypsy
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I turn mine on the night before and I tow with mine on. The manufacturers designed it to be used this way. I know some folks and even some regulations suggest you should turn it off when refueling but the location of mine places it far away from any fueling I may be doing. I never turn mine off until I arrive at the CG and switch to electric.
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Old 05-22-2012, 03:51 PM   #42
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Yea, much 'ta do' with this topic.... Have our way, jeez, of course it's on when we travel, why would I want to set off on a 24hr trip with the fridge off???? Going in for fuel, hot, no breeze, humid heavy air August night and going in a covered fuel station... Well common sense kicks in, not somewhere that I want the fridge unit to kick the propane open flame burner to kick-in, stop before the danger area and turn it off. Just our way.
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