Originally Posted by theroo2
Sorry, this is sorta a repost I'm new to this forum and just realized the appliance and electronics thread was here. Been having some trouble with the refrig in our 2014 233S. It just does not get cold enough. Now it's been miserable the past Week with temps in the high 90's and high humidity. Once we place a fan on the outside (after we remove the cover) it works perfect. Reading some posts on here I realize this is common. Can I (please don't laugh) place two small 110V fans in the top of the vent. I know I would have to remove the top cover and have them suck the hot air out? It looks like I could run a power cord straight down and plug it in to where the refrig plugs in. I've researched some and everyone seems unhappy with the solar ones. Thanks for any assistance.
What temp do you get?
Is it on propane or electric?
Did you run the refrigerator prior putting cold food in it?
Do you have it set to 5 on the level which is the coldest.
My 4 door Dometic cools fine on gas or electric but I also added these fans which brings the refrigerator down from 37 degrees to 34 degrees.
Helps on hot days when the sun is directly on that side of the rig.
And YES you can buy a cheap fan and plug it in and ventilate the outside which will help.