Refer heat / venting
While dry camping this last week in the Michigan U. P., I noticed that the refer generated a lot of heat in the trailer while operating on LP. Much of this heat seemed to remain in the trailer, such that it was a good 10 degrees warmer in the A/S than it was outside at night , with all the windows and vents open.
I'm not suggesting that there is a failure with the refer unit, it worked great all week but, more so that the venting of the operational residual heat is not that good, or that there may be heat infiltration somewhere else near the refer. There are no obstructions in the top vent or other mechanical issues that I am aware of and I am always level when in use.
Have others experienced this? Are there ways to improve the venting to improve the airflow movement and reduce the heat created by the refer?
Not a major issue, just trying to improve on things.
1999 Safari 25C
2009 Yukon Denali