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Old 10-16-2014, 11:47 AM   #1
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Thor Hurricane 34j Danby Outside Fridge Control In back of the fridge Grrrrrr!!!!

We took our New 2015 Thor Hurricane 34j for our first weekend camping trip. One of the things that I loved about the Thor Hurricane and what sold us on it was the outside kitchen. To not have to go into into the inside fridge to get my beer.. What is not to love... All was well beer was cold very cold. And as time went on they were freezing cold.. I dont like frozen beer... Well this is a easy fix. Just open the fridge and turn the control knob. Nope.. Not in there. When I called up Thor when I got back home they said it was on the outside in the back of the fridge... "Nice Engineering" The tech support guy says well there is a bracket on the right front foot. Remove the screws and the fridge will side out.. Did that.. Fridge still wouldn't budge. Called dealer. He says there is a strap underneath. Remove the drawer and you will see screws.. removed drawer no screws. So here it is after much needless screwing around. On the left of the king size bed as you are looking at it. Remove the 4 screws on the bottom panel of the cabinet assembly once removed you will see the back of the fridge, on the top left there is a metal box on top of that box is the control knob.. turn toward the front of the rv = colder.... Mine was turned all the way to cold... They must have got a real good deal on these fridges....
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Old 10-16-2014, 05:22 PM   #2
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Access is the same on the Miramar 34.2. Once you know, it is straightforward. Regards...
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