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Old 01-22-2007, 08:34 AM   #1
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Hi everyone

I have been wondering about how long I can have my refrigerator turned on aboard my Maxum 2700SCR without flattening the batteries. The manual is very basic and only recommends leaving it on set on 1; the lowest setting for overnight.

My batteries are new. Does anyone have any experience with this? How many hours, what temperature setting etc???



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Old 01-22-2007, 02:39 PM   #2

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that depends on the size of batt's you have..if you have a gp24 batt..then it will go flat pretty quick if you have the fridge on anything above 1-2.....if you can...get a couple of 6 vdc golf cart batts and hook them up in series (I think that's what you do to make the voltage additive) and then that should get you thru for a few days...only use them as dedicated house batts..the number 2 can remain the start batt..
I know mine are rather smallish batt.s but we generelly never end up on the hook...and we have a that helps out alot...
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