Originally Posted by Reverse_snowbird
Make certain that when you are leveling, you are leveling for the refrigerator not the entire trailer. Still, it sounds like that is probably not the problem. Good luck.
There was some information posted somewhere on this forum that came from Dometic. If I recall correctly it said that side to side level could be off by 2-3 degrees and front to rear by 1 or 2 degrees before "issues" occured.
I used to be real OCD about getting my refrigerator level but one day i realized that nothing bad happened when I parked for a few hours at an attraction we visited as well as all the times I didn't get the refer perfectly level.
Threw away my refrigerator level and now just level the TT's floor/frame.
Haven't had a refrigerator fail to cool in well over 25 years. Close to level---yes. Perfectly level-----not hardly.
UPDATE: The info I was referring to actually came from Norcold---
As mentioned, gravity is critical to the RV refrigeration process. Without it the ammonia liquid will not properly flow to the evaporator coils to cool the refrigerator. ... Today, Norcold recommends that their refrigerators operate within 3 degrees off level side-to-side and 6 degrees off level front-to-back
If I remember my High School math correctly a 3 degree slope across the full width of a trailer would result in one side being about 4" higher or lower than the other. 3 Degrees is 5/8" per foot of slope and 6 degrees is 1-1/4" per foot of slope.