Hi: All... WHEW!!! Have read all the posts on fridge issues, and some of the tech. data sheets from the links. Our RML8555 6.7 is, while sitting at home on 120V., running on 4 bars maintaining 37-40*. Day time ambient temps 75- 80* and at times 100% humidity. One thing I noticed when the trailer is covered with dew, or rain drops there's always a dry area from the lower fridge vent to the roof vent. We have no fans either Texas or otherwise!!! My biggest fan is my wife...
I tried running it on propane for 24 hrs. on 5 bars and the temp inside dropped to 32*. These are all over night readings with the door staying shut, and the old red liquid thermo mounted on the front of the top wire shelf near the door. The trailer is backed in our driveway so the fridge is on the north/shaded side.
Next I will try 12V. with the solar panels topping up the battery. Never had that option before so I don't know what to expect!!!
My RV.Tech. tells me this is all in the "Food safe zone"!!! I will continue to monitor the performance on our next trip and report my settings and results here.
I have nothing but praise for Reace and his continued efforts to solve the complex issues of a trailer component. Alf
escape artist N.S. of Lake Erie