I have an Norcold and it has been on now for about 3 days. I notice yesterday that there was moisture on the fin in the rear of the frig. Is this normal? I would like to be a little smart once my tech guy gets here, I trust him but you never can be to careful. He is going to go over everything before we make our West adventure. I just want everything to be ok. I will also stop by the steak house and look at the 72 oz just to fill me up. :laugh: as of now I am looking at 28 days before take off. :laugh: :bleh:
Hey Hollis, you should have a drip tray under the fins that has a hose that goes to a water collection cup on the outside. If so, then the water/moisture on the fins is ok. At least mine (Dometic) works that way.
Hey Jim, I'm heading out on I-80 to avoid tornado alley in the spring. I've had about all the fun storms I can handle this year. Hopefully that far North we won't get too many cold and warm air clashes.
We may be in the area guys about this time. Lets all look at dates and maybe meet at the steak house. I'll buy every 72 oz you finish. My bro in law has about 20,000acres in that area we could maybe boondock a few days. Get back to me. Did we ever get the chat room going? pm me if so.
hey Hollis My Norcold frost up on the finns also ,, and as DL said that is what the drip try is for ,, but i'll tell u this ,, if u get into a high humidity area and are staying at a camp sight for a bit ,, go out and take the little hose that goes into the outside tray ,, and stick it ,,,,,,, outside the refer door ,, it will drain better ,,,, got u on that one huh :laugh: :laugh: , no really if it drains outside ,, the refer won't frost as much (found this out in MB last July) ,, but if u look at the new rv's ,, u will see a tube sticking out from the outside refer door ,, and i think Ken can comment on this also ,, about the tube that is ,, i have seen most on TT and 5er's ,, no matter the fridge ,, :approve: :approve: