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Old 08-12-2020, 08:40 AM   #1
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Fridge adjustment

So I pulled everything, out of the fridge for cleaning. I swore I was going to remember how the thermistor went back in... and I don't. Does that wire go in the plastic slide from the bottom or the top? And does it go in the part of the slider with the fin, or the part next to it? Basically, how do I reassemble lol?
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Old 08-12-2020, 11:47 AM   #2
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Thermistor probe TIP should just protrude above top of clip
Clip should be pressed onto FIN and stay in place


Course.....which FIN???
That depends on Brand/Model fo fridge

1st FIN from right, 10th FIN from right, 20th FIN from right

Thermistor FIN Location is important.....fridge Thermostat is factory calibrated based on thermistor FIN temp feedback


SO what Brand/Model is your fridge?????
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Old 08-12-2020, 02:45 PM   #3
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I think I got it, Dometic RM2652
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I think I got it, Dometic RM2652

That model uses an AUTO TEMP CONTROL.....no temp setting adjustments


Thermistor goes on far right fin....
Start with it Mid FIN
Then after fridge temps settle out/constant (12 hrs>>)


You can make MINOR temp adjustments (6*F - 8*F) by moving thermistor up/down


UP......COLDER
DOWN.....LESS COLD
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