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Old 05-30-2019, 04:39 PM   #61
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Gotta wonder how you didn't notice the light INSIDE the fridge was on when you were
un-loading it???
(Also don't think you killed it....)
Actually, DW emptied the fridge when we got home and left the door open like we usually do - but, she didn't notice the light on and probably wouldn't have realized what that meant. I've instructed her on how to back up my failing brain for future trips Seeing the light on when I went in later in the day was my first "uh oh" moment followed by "how stupid am I" when I saw I'd pushed the wrong button.
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Old 05-30-2019, 04:43 PM   #62
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By the way, thanks for bringing "Carter's Little Liver Pills" back to life! I hadn't heard that saying in years but it was pretty common to hear when I was a kid.
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Old 06-04-2019, 01:07 PM   #63
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Fine while you are moving, only 6 hours possible damage. You are probable fine. If out of level for a long time it causes cumulative damage. The ammonia pools, crystalizes and blocks the flow of fluid thru the coils. Driving w/ trailer will shake this and help break this up, if not too severe. Once it get too bad, toast.
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Old 06-05-2019, 12:33 AM   #64
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Used a 6" bubble level for years.... just on floor of unit inside door. It is plenty accurate to insure comfort and good fridge operation.
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last year at a frog rally we had a forest river engineer and he said that's old school about being level, don't worry about unless your on the steep side of a hill. I know their will be some people will say he does not know what he is talking about but all I can say my roo is never level when I have it hooked up at the garage and it sits most of the summer that way with fridge on and its been 4 years now
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