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Old 07-19-2011, 07:38 PM   #1
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Does any one know how to get my frig colder. I turn up dial, but milk went bad.. any help .. 64 airstream original frig. Sandy
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Old 07-19-2011, 07:53 PM   #2
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Does any one know how to get my frig colder. I turn up dial, but milk went bad.. any help .. 64 airstream original frig. Sandy
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So people say to put a small fan inside the fridge to keep the air circulating inside. I tried that this time while we are camping and Im not having very good luck. Its staying just cold enough that our items dont spoil. This is only the second time our fridge has been used and its only one year old. So dont get your hopes up that a new fridge is going to be better. It got up to 114 degrees here today, dont know if any fridge can keep up with those kinda temps.
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Old 07-19-2011, 08:54 PM   #4
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Does the fridge run at the same cooling level on gas as well as electric?
A couple of things to consider...adjust the slide glide cooling adjustment inside the icebox its on the right side of the refriderator cooling unit...just slide it down to where its level or flush to the bottom....if that does't work..my fridge would work fine...until I got on site and turned my AC on...the problem...the exhaust on the AC was blowing too much air over the fridge exhaust vent...thus it would not cool properly...that's why you see the fin mounted on the top of the trailer to prevent this...I put a fin on it worked fine...hope this helps....
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