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Old 08-11-2014, 07:04 PM   #1
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Norcold Fridge in a 1993 Class C, Am I doing it wrong?

I bought a used Class C a couple of months ago from a guy in Dallas. He told me that the fridge works and I fired it up the night before I left for my first trip. He did tell me to make sure it was completely leveled, and I did that while in covered parking. The fridge was cool when we left for the campsite. During the first night and into the second day at the campsite the fridge got progressively warmer. I did notice that the coach wasn't PERFECTLY level, but I didn't think one little bubble outside of level would shut down the unit.

When we got home and I was cleaning the fridge I noticed that there is a little switch that says "On, Off, and High Humidity". The switch was in the off position so I am guessing that we accidentally knocked it off.

Is that why it warmed up, or is it because it wasn't perfectly level?


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Old 08-12-2014, 04:31 AM   #2
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Mark, can you post the model number? Should be on a sticker inside the unit. We can help you better knowing exactly which model you have.

Until you can post the model number for us, these older units weren't happy running if you were more than 3 out of level from side-to-side or 5 out of level from front-to-back.

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Old 08-12-2014, 05:23 AM   #3
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Norcold Fridge in a 1993 Class C, Am I doing it wrong?

Agree on my modle mine has the same switch needs to be on
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