With our first use of our [email protected]
Outback we experienced temps as low as 27 degrees F. It immediately became apparent that two openings to the exterior were allowing cold air to circulate inside. Exterior light is visible when sighting along the side of the air conditioner toward the vent. The area behind the refrigerator is open to the exterior for ventilation and as there are a large number of cracks and one large opening around/under the refrigerator air freely moves into the trailer via these. I have constructed lexan plastic covers held in place by wing nuts over the airconditioner and refrigerator vents. These effectively block exterior air from entering. They then are easily removerd when these devices are in use.