Thanks - not a full timer - and just ordered so get it end of August (I hope!)
just tired of fighting the dometics/ etc..
couple ways to test your seals -
take a piece of paper tosee if it can easily be pulled out of the closed door...
put a BRIGHT light inside your fridge at night and see if it shines out
run your hand around the seals feeling for cold --- Dooh
The problem I had with my dometic four door was :
1) the 'flap' between the two doors would not close all the way and so put a magnetic strip on it to help, but still got into the habit of closing the 'flapped' door first, pulling forward on the flap, then closing the other door - hokey but helped...
2) it was in a slide so top vent was out the side of the rv and so added an internal fan hanging on the coils and a top vent panel of four fans to evacuate the heat...
worked better, but in TexUS summers, wanted it better yet
oh - and on edit coljdm posted this :
Norcold RV Refrigerator Freezing Everything (too cold in refrigerator)
Posted on 22nd Oct 2012 @ 11:52 AM
Is Your Norcold Refrigerator Freezing All of Your Food?
Don't worry, this is a simple fix! This issue can be caused by one of two parts. The most common part is the Thermistor and the other part that could cause this is your Optical Control Board.
Norcold refrigerators have a Thermistor in them which is combination thermostat/ resistor. It connects to your light fixture inside the refrigerator compartment with a 4-prong connector. Turn the temperature setting to somewhere in the middle and disconnect the Thermistor. If the refrigerator starts warming up and maintains a good level of cool, then we know that the Thermistor has failed.
If after you disconnect the Thermistor the refrigerator continues to freeze everything, you will need to replace the Optical Control Board (board in the front of the refrigerator). Edited by: johnboytoo