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Old 11-12-2015, 10:20 AM   #43
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When we bought our Monaco last fall I knew that the Norcold needed repair/replacement as the coils were rusting pretty badly. It had all of the recalls done as well. When we have the cooling unit replaced with the Amish unit in Shipshewana, they removed the recall junk and told us it wasn't needed with their cooling unit! I also opted for the helium filled unit. Absolutely love it! Set at 5 the refer is at 33 -34 degrees and the freezer is at -1 to -4. This was true while we were in Florida for 2 weeks this Oct/Nov while they were having 90+ days.
Glad we did the Amish Unit.
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Old 11-20-2015, 09:32 PM   #44
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If you don't smell ammonia or see visual evidence of a leak, you should be OK bypassing the sensor. OR, you can buy a strong magnet and place it on the sensor close to the red light. It should reset the sensor in 2 minutes or less. I had to do mine, and the tips on smell and leak info came from the RV appliance tech at a nationwide RV store and repair center. I have had 0 problems since resetting mine several months ago.
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Old 04-19-2016, 10:47 AM   #45
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Norcold HTS sensor

This sensor recall is a patch kit that leaks. There should be a class action suit against Norcold on this. The HTS doesnt work properly so we have to bypass it and use the unit in it's faulty condition. Norcold won't send a replacement unit to the end user. What a scam they are running.
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