Michigan Snowman thanks for the update on the suggested fix from Dometic!
My plan of attack on this annoying issue... 1) Install a cheap switch to turn off the fan at night. Be nice if the switch could be in the kitchen cabinet. 2) move the sensor over as much as easily possible.
My unit vents right out through the roof, so on most nights I'd imagine the fan is overkill. I've had Dometic fridges on all my campers and this is the first one with a fan. On my last one I installed a small PC fan on a switch to improve air movement and it's efficiency.
I don't think turning the fan off occasionally would break anything, the fridge/freezer would just not operate as efficient. On especially hot nights you could always leave it on, cause you'll be hearing the A/C all night anyway.
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