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Subject: Wiring for refrigerator

Richard Johnson (member 1025)
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Date Posted: 16:46:03 04/10/2006 Wed

Two years ago I bought a new Shoreline fridge and installed it with cabling (correct size) fdrom the fuse board to the fridge. I have also installed the correct adaptor so that it can be powered by 240v in a marina etc. I have noticed that this year maybe because of the extreme temperatures that when the engine is not running, the fridge switches itself off. I am sure that this is not because the batteries are low (it has a low voltage cut-out)as I can start the diesel engine with either battery without a problem. I have 2 110amphr batteries which are now fairly new and both in good condition. I need advice from someone who knows more about electrics than me (minimal) to advise me. Would it be an advantage to fit an extra battery for example?

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Re: Wiring for refrigeratorIan19:48:26 04/10/2006 Wed

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