Jeff thats correct if you look at the first recall TSB
when they remove the installation canister they inspect the junction point of where the heating elements enter the retaining tubes for them.
There are some pictures after of a fire where the picture shows this junction point and a hole through the heat pipe where internals of cooling coil escaped and caused the fire.
I have not been able to find as yet.
If you look at TSB page two figure 3 it will with arrow pointed to heating elements.
This is the point of a weak spot for the fires.
The first recall required this inspection to look for any yellow residue present at this location.
My contention is people are getting now the second recall done and this inspection is being over looked because in order to do this inspection the refrigerator has to be removed.
They say their 2nd recall only took them 3/4 to 1 hour to do without pulling the fridge.
As far as I'm concerned they may have this weak spot without the inspection and the inedible is going to happen, a fire.
All the TSB's I have posted have come from our, "NEWMAR" component make up of our coach's that I have linked to in Quick Tips & Mod's.
Have not seen the 2nd recall TSB posted for my coach as yet at this location where it would explain exactly what tech requirements are to complete the 2nd recall.
From what I have seen through comments on posts by people for their 2nd recall it doesn't look good.
When I was at the Newmar factory in February the Norcold tech showed me what they looked for when they pulled my fridge and replaced a defective heating element I had. This is what I already explained.
They did the first recall and also placed a firmer canister insulation wrap around heat pipe which came with the recall kit.
I'm not a welder but when the retainer for heat elements was placed on heat pipe the welt was over heated weakening the heat pipe at this spot.
Looking for picture of weak spot did a SEARCH on "Norcold Fire's
" will make for interest reading.