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Old 07-18-2017, 05:26 PM   #1
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Error code on refrigerator

My old Pace Arrow refrigerator worked on LP and AC even when on a slight incline or decline in my driveway. My newer model went into no.co. mode on same drive way after two days. I was told it had to be level. My question is... How can I prevent this from happening... aside from, "make sure it is level". Is this a problem for others?
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How to prevent the 'no co' ..........

Do NOT operate fridge unless 'reasonably' level.....period

RV fridge depends on gravity flow of coolant.
Off level operation...even 20 minutes alongside the road etc......disrupts the gravity flow. Overheating occurs due to lack of coolant flow......crystals are formed from the overheating.they plate out on inside of tubing and cause more disruption of gravity flow......more overheating, more crystals formed, more plating etc etc etc UNTIL DEATH due to overheating and no coolant flow

Simple.....level or do not run fridge

(While in transit the motion of the rig rocking back/forth, bouncing keeps coolant flowing.......not an issue. Stationary off level operation IS)
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