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Old 11-26-2013, 03:04 PM   #7043
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Hey Wayne,

From what I understand, the backup system is activated by unplugging the thermister. My thermister is working properly, so by unplugging it I don't see how it would help
Jeff if you unplug the thermistor - the fridge will get as cold as it can as fast as it can. But Wayne will tell you why and how and how to build a watch if you ask him the time.
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Jeff if you unplug the thermistor - the fridge will get as cold as it can as fast as it can. But Wayne will tell you why and how and how to build a watch if you ask him the time.
Hmmmmm well I can try it
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Hmmmmm well I can try it
Unhook power to it - usually supplied by the light.
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Old 11-26-2013, 03:20 PM   #7046
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Unhook power to it - usually supplied by the light.
OK its unhooked we shall wait and see. And to comment on another post. I am retired I have learned to be patient and take things in stride life is to short to let the little things bother you.

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No I haven't tried that. Nothing in the trouble shooting guide has anything about that.
Did you try hitting it with a hammer.
If that doesn't work try a bigger hammer.
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Photo of the day - another lensless!
Did this appear before or after the snowstorm hit? I hear that Calendar is getting it big time or is the weather channel lying again?
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Like sand through the hour glass, these are the refrigerators of our life's.

Will unplugging help, will I spell thermistor correctly will Jeff have a big enough hammer?

Does the mother ship have these kind of problems, who know, stay tuned!

Hang in there Jeff. Ommmmmmm ommmmmm
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Like sand through the hour glass, these are the refrigerators of our life's.

Will unplugging help, will I spell thermistor correctly will Jeff have a big enough hammer?

Does the mother ship have these kind of problems, who know, stay tuned!

Hang in there Jeff. Ommmmmmm ommmmmm
Life could have been worse, thankfully we haven't had any spoiled food.

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Yea, all that horrible 65 degree weather, here today you could just set your food outside!
I know you will get it worked out, just hope it's in an economical fashion.
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Hey Possum! We currently have about 6 inches of "flurries" on the ground. Driveway was plowed for the first time. Gonna be an expensive winter, plowing-wise, I think. Here we can pretty much expect snow falling from November into April, with the occasional excursion into October and at least one dump in May! That's 6 months plus (I try not to count too often, lol.)
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Yea, all that horrible 65 degree weather, here today you could just set your food outside!
I know you will get it worked out, just hope it's in an economical fashion.
Hey Tim,

I guess you just have to take the good with the bad, it may or may not be what I think it us at all.

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Good day, Mutants!

I know it's not bacon related...or even RV related, but there is a company in Kentucky who now sells fried chicken scented candles. You know, for when you get tired of the bacon scented ones.



Chicken


Bacon

Me, I'm a vegetarian:

CARROT CAKE!
The worm turns, as it must. New flavor of the month...but not for us bacon-lovers! Or even us vegetarians.

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Do vegetarians burn broccoli or Brussels sprouts candles?
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