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Old 07-17-2016, 06:21 PM   #1
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Norcold Temp

I have been told that on our 2004 Winnebago Adventure with the NORCOLD brand frige that we can ck the inside temp thru the control panel on the door. I was told that the service guys do this so they don't have to open the door. Done several online searches and cant find any info. Any idea how to do it. Thanks in advance for your help.
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Hold the mode and temp buttons down together. When the number 1 shows let go and then is should show 88 to show the display is working. Then press the mode button to cycle through the diagnostics. I think it is 5 or 6 will show the temperature. I will send you a link when I get home the will give you all the tests.
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Hold the mode and temp buttons down together. When the number 1 shows let go and then is should show 88 to show the display is working. Then press the mode button to cycle through the diagnostics. I think it is 5 or 6 will show the temperature. I will send you a link when I get home the will give you all the tests.
This is for my model but i think the diagnostics are the same for all.

http://bryantrv.com/docs2/docs/ncold1210.pdf
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You guys awesome I will ck it in the morning. Thanks
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I just open the door and look at the refrigerator thermometer I have there. (-:
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Thanks guys I did the code thing and it worked!!!!!
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