Originally Posted by Lefty665
I tried thermostatically controlled fans for the condenser, and while they work well, they didn't solve the problem. The Wildwood trailer I have has two exterior vents for the refrigerator one low and the other high. Even with the fans the grille over the top vent restricts condenser air flow so much that the refrigerator will not cool in warm weather. Removing the top grille when camping is ugly but it lets the heat out and solves the problem. It is also a quick and easy test to see if inadequate condenser air circulation is causing the reefer to work poorly.
I have two vents in the sidewall slide and it cools fine .
On fan at the bottom one at the top.
My lower grill will hold a piece of paper to it with all the air flow.
2015 Columbus 320RS
2008 2500HD Duramax
2015 nights camped "34"
2016 nights camped "6"