You can probably skip the photos, though I am curious where your thermistor is hanging.
I have educated myself on all things refrigerator after the service center keeping my TT For 3 weeks and not even LOOKING at it.
I brought it back home a coupled days ago and have been diagnosing the fridge myself.
I have it nailed down to the control board or electronics somehow. I bypassed the controls and just hooked up the heating element directly and it's already down to 44 degrees within just about 4 hours. It sat at 50-55 the whole day when I didn't bypass the controls.
So Monday I will call another service center... I'm not taking it back to those other guys. The extra miles will hopefully provide me extra service
Regarding your leveling issues... I have been fortunate enough to be on pretty level pads and spots at this point. Though I did have a scary experience trying to fit in a spot where the trees didn't allow my slideouts the necessary space. I tried backing way down in the site, but then the tail end was Hanging so far off the ground that the stabilizer jacks wouldn't touch when extended all the way.
I had two 2x4's and a tri-leveler at the highest notch to make it level left to right.
When I put down the front stabilizers the whole trailer started sliding down the hill sideways.... Only a few inches, but enough to scare me into foolishly trying to "hold" the TT in place with my back pinned against a tree.
That was a dumb move, I could have been really hurt.... The trailer would have stopped at the tree with minimal damage. Guess it was instinct... BAD instinct.
Anyway I got my truck hooked back up ASAP and asked for another spot.
It all worked out better the next time.
I put plastic pads under all the stabilizer jack feet, in my own yard the rear stabilizers are quite uneven, but the idea is to just take the bounce out... By applying very little to each jack once it hits the ground.
They are not "leveling jacks" as I'm sure you were told and I've noticed if I just get em on the ground they help take the bounce out.
I also have x-chocks between the two wheels and I use regular chocks as well now since I had the x-chocks let the trailer slide down the tri-leveler one time.
Perhaps I didn't have then tight enough... But I'm not sure how tight they should be.
Not sure if that qualifies as a tip or not
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