I am on the road and just had a cooling unit replaced (new Norcold 1200) before I left last week. The fridge portion of the unit never gets below mid 40's and most of time in 48-51. Outside temps are hot, but little opening of fridge. I called back to shop and tech had me disconnect thermostor which should cause the unit to just cool and temp drop if thermostor was bad, but still 49 after 36 hrs.
I am traveling to St George UT tomm and see there is a shop in Hurricane (Dixie Rv) and one up near Richfield. The going up to Salt Lake City in next few days and then north. Does anyone know of good fridge shop along the I15 corridor? Or any advise on what might be wrong. David White
Is the freezer compartment within range? I'd look at the door seal, check it with a dollar bill all the way around. You could also try an exhaust fan on the refrigerator vent to try drawing more air past the coils, and a small fan inside the refrigerator to move more air past the fins.
One thing though, today it was over a 100 deg. here. Is it that hot where you are roaming? It will be hard for any RV refrigerator to get real cold with this heat.
Miles and Darcey
1989 Holiday Rambler Crown Imperial