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I’m hoping someone can help. I can’t find any info on the galley fridge specs. It’s a 2007 Signature 310 and the fridge has only worked on shore power or when running the genni. Is it supposed to work on 12 volt?? 

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Hey....thanks for the quick response. So I guess I just pull it out and check to see if it’s connected. I know it works on regular 120 volt power. Previous owner may have disconnected to save battery life. I’m also going to take out the 2-12 volt house batteries and replace with 4 deep cycle 6 volts. I have that configuration in my RV and they last for ever. 

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Just think about the weight. I use 3 group 24 AGMs and the last me 24hrs. Total weight 150lbs and total amp hours 230. So that gives me 150 amp hours of power. Than a start the genset.

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1 hour ago, Iggy said:

Just think about the weight. I use 3 group 24 AGMs and the last me 24hrs. Total weight 150lbs and total amp hours 230. So that gives me 150 amp hours of power. Than a start the genset.

+1 on the AGM which allow 80% discharge of the batteries vs. the standard 50%.

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Did you check the DC breaker that is located under the helm on my boat. Since the frig runs on AC and DC there is a breaker for the DC and one for the AC.. Would check before pulling frig out.

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