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Old 10-14-2014, 02:40 PM   #1
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Refrigerator

Just recently purchase an old RV, to be exact 1988 Fleetwood Jamboree. So far encounter a major roof leak, which I had repaired. Minor leak in the plumbing under the sink, repaired. Refrigerator works, however does not get cold. I was told to allowed 48 hours for the temperature to get cold. I even went as far as having blocks of ice put into the freezer and in the refrigerator itself to assist in starting up the refrigerator. DID NOT WORK! Any suggestions?
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Check that the flame is present and creating heat on LP, and on 120 v is the heating element getting hot? Both should be accessible from outside refrigerator vent. Also check that the thermistor is attached to a fin inside the refrigerator. Use the manufacturer name and model number to Google owner's manual.
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