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Old 10-03-2011, 07:19 PM   #1
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Cold fridge

I would like my fridge colder. Is there adjustments that can be made? I do not see any place to change the temp in my Wolf pack fridge. Any suggestions would help. Thanks in advance.
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if you look in the fridge's manual, it'll show how. you don't specify brand or model. did you not get one with the trailer?
you can go to the manufacturer's website and download a manual.

my Dometic has a thermistor on the fins inside. has a decal showing up and down for temp adjustment.
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Ok. I looked several times and did not see adjustments. What does your say for colder? Higher on the fin or lower? Thanks for your help.
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higher on the fin .
also make sure your thermistor is at the highest point of the slide
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kevinb, it would help knowing what brand and model you have. Norcold may not have the same thing to adjust the temp, as the Dometic does.
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I'm sorry. Yes it's a Dometic.
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Ok. I looked several times and did not see adjustments. What does your say for colder? Higher on the fin or lower? Thanks for your help.
I talked with the manufacture and they informed me that only a three degree difference can be achieved with the use of the slider "thermostat" on the fins. I found the best way to keep the fridge really cold is to keep the door closed. And. know what you are going to pull out before you open the door.
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I talked with the manufacture and they informed me that only a three degree difference can be achieved with the use of the slider "thermostat" on the fins. I found the best way to keep the fridge really cold is to keep the door closed. And. know what you are going to pull out before you open the door.
Very true!

That's why beer is kept in the cooler. Keeps that fridge door from opening too often
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Very true!

That's why beer is kept in the cooler. Keeps that fridge door from opening too often
I keep my beer in the outside fridge . no need to even go in the darn camper !
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