Originally Posted by herk7769
It has been mentioned several times actually. It is a thermistor and sliding it up and down alters the resistance of the semiconductor based on temperature at that point of the fin.
It is colder at the bottom of the fin and it gets warmer closer to the top. By sliding the thermistor towards the bottom the unit will run the refridgerator section "colder"; closer to the top of the fin, it will run it "warmer."
Set it at the location that gets the beer cold; yet won't freeze the eggs.
Yes you are correct -if I had known what it is called I would have done a search.
What you say is 180 degrees from what I as told as far as up being colder and down being warmer, but I am going with what you say.
I guess this is just another little "RV Thing" you learn as you get more into it. I guess we will have to check the position of the thermistor from time to time.
Thanks for your help - Again