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Posted: 08/10/19 10:12am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Frig does not seem to be cooling?
Simple fix?
Any suggestions?

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? Is it iced up. Does it need defrosting. Where are you and what are the outside temps. What Temperature are you trying to keep it at. I have my Norcold on No. 6.

A muffin fan will work wonders if placed blowing over the evaporator coils outside.

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It might be an easy fix. Is it on? Unplug the thermistor. That will call for max cold. If it gets cold, there is your problem.

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joelc wrote:

? Is it iced up. Does it need defrosting. Where are you and what are the outside temps. What Temperature are you trying to keep it at. I have my Norcold on No. 6.

A muffin fan will work wonders if placed blowing over the evaporator coils outside.


0lder unit 2006. Have stat in middle. Has power, no ice up,light is green,in NJ, about 80 out.
Odd, and freezer has layer of ice at bottom.

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Does it cool better on gas? What is the model number? I believe you can find the model on a sticker inside the door. If you remove the outside panel can you see yellow powder? With the outside panel open can you carefully touch the chimney area and see if it's getting hot?


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opnspaces wrote:

Does it cool better on gas? What is the model number? I believe you can find the model on a sticker inside the door. If you remove the outside panel can you see yellow powder? With the outside panel open can you carefully touch the chimney area and see if it's getting hot?


N611. Gas no better.
Panel was removed. Made sure no wires were off. Did not see any powder. Tubes and evaporator felt warm.

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A little light reading/viewing perhaps?

https://www.google.com/search?source=hp&.........0....1..gws-wiz.......0i131.nVXZdIe2tSo


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Did that. All signs say it should be cooling.

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Mfan wrote:

It might be an easy fix. Is it on? Unplug the thermistor. That will call for max cold. If it gets cold, there is your problem.


Just curious for future reference, as we have the same model in our 2005 RV ... where is the thermistor and what does it look like?

Thanks in advance!


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pnichols wrote:

Mfan wrote:

It might be an easy fix. Is it on? Unplug the thermistor. That will call for max cold. If it gets cold, there is your problem.


Just curious for future reference, as we have the same model in our 2005 RV ... where is the thermistor and what does it look like?

Thanks in advance!


The 2nd pic is a 611 with location and wiring detail.
https://www.arprv.com/norcold-thermistor.php

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