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Old 12-30-2012, 06:04 PM   #15
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33.4 cold enough?
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Old 12-30-2012, 06:10 PM   #16
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If I had some JB weld, I would try it. In fact, when I buy a new one, I'm going to JB the old one and keep it as a spare.

Dunner's Rule: "Break something - carry a spare, and you will never break that part again".
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33.4 cold enough?
Nicely so.
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Old 12-30-2012, 06:19 PM   #18
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I usually put one in the freezer for 20 minutes first. GF says: "I like them so cold I can't taste `em." I think it's Beer:30.... someplace.

Beer in freezer, set up MH and trailer, pop top. Yeah, that'll work...
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Quck fix: do not operate fridge door with long sleeves, or keep beer in cooler outside. Last resort, don't drink beer.
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Quck fix: do not operate fridge door with long sleeves, or keep beer in cooler outside. Last resort, don't drink beer.
Last resort?
That one not be possible
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Gall bladder says: "The party is over." i used to drink only one beer a day.



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broken latch

I have done the same thing. I switched the Freezer Compartment latch with the frig door latch as it is the larger of the two. Then I used velcro one wrap a great product to have around for us rv'rs. I then used a screw to hold one end of the velcro one rap to the inside edge of the face frame where it would not be so obvious to see later, loop the velcro one wrap through the handle and back on itself and it will hold the door shut better than what came from the factory. Once you get the replacement change it out remove the one wrap and the screw and no one has to be the wiser...
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I just said "sleeve" `cause it's easier to explain then the 10 carat diamond ring I have on my right hand.
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Some of you may already know this, but if you just close your freezer door and not press it till the lock clicks, it will do it on it's own... if it is not freezing temperatures in your MH. On warmer days, my fridge, Dometic, will also self-lock. Try it! PM me if you don't know why.
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