Originally Posted by Triguy
fridge works correctly.
Other than I like my head slightly higher than my feet when I sleep, this is the "nut" of leveling.
While your fridge might "work" slightly out of level (measured across the back where the coils are), any liquid ammonia that is allowed to pool in a low spot on every coil will reduce the return flow to the reservoir and therefore efficiency.
It will stop working all together when the unit is so out of level that liquid ammonia blocks the tubing.
If you have a lot of trouble keeping the freezer cold, one of the possible causes could be a slightly out of level refrigerator.
If your fridge is located on a side of your camper, the front to back leveling is the critical one. If it is on the back wall or front wall it is side to side leveling that is important.
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