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Old 11-15-2015, 09:36 PM   #1
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Alfa Ideal 3 slide 5th wheel reviews

We recently purchased a 2004 Alfa Ideal 32 ft 5th wheel, we haven't had any problems other than we had to replace the converter and we're having some problems with the refrigerator running too cold. Our unit has a heat pump and electric rear jacks. Does anyone know of any problems or issues or are they are pretty well built overall?

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Old 11-15-2015, 11:15 PM   #2
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Alfa is a good unit....solid/well built.

Issues..depends on how previous owner took care of it.

Fridge too cold......lots of folks would give their eye teeth for that problem

Could just be the thermistor has fallen down (temp sensor attached to cooling fin if food section). If not attached to fin the fridge thermostat will cause fridge to over-cool (longer cycle/no feed back)

Which Brand/Model of Fridge?
Does it get too cold on electric and propane?

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Alfa Ideal fifth Wheel fuse block location

I have a 2003 Alfa Ideal ID33RLET and I can not find the 12 fuse block f0or the interior lights. The manual says itisi in the front wardrobe ,but I have emptied it out and still no luck. Does anyone with an Alfa fifth Wheel know where the fuse block is??
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