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Old 01-08-2015, 05:00 PM   #11
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We have surge guards that plug into the pedestal and we've never been concerned about them "walking away". A thought that you may want to consider if you are careful with your power usage, purchase a cheap 15 amp surge bar and use it. The amperage you would be pulling will be less than 15 amps with just the fridge and convertor running (unless your batts are fully discharged). When you get back, plug in your regular surge guard before you do something in the RV.

When in Mexico we ran on 4 amps (WH and fridge on propane) and we had a 20 amp external power conditioner that did fine. The fridge should pull less than 10 amps. All this assumes a propane fridge, if you have a residential fridge the 15 amp bar may not work
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