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Old 08-28-2012, 03:52 PM   #15
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Doug, many of us have fridges open to the outside through the water drain tube. On those, I don't think it's a pressure thing.
You're right, there is a drain tube on the fridge, none on the freezer. The freezer sticks on mine from pressure. Could the fridge drain be plugged.
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Old 08-28-2012, 07:58 PM   #16
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You're right, there is a drain tube on the fridge, none on the freezer. The freezer sticks on mine from pressure. Could the fridge drain be plugged.
Try the straw thing.

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On mine the freezer and fridge stick equally. I think it's a magnet/seal sticking scenario. Drain isn't plugged, ran like a river after a month of frost and ice buildup this summer.
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daytripper, if it's just as sticky with fridge off (room temp inside) then it's a seal question. If it loosens with the fridge off (room temp inside) it's an air pressure differential.

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Old 08-28-2012, 09:57 PM   #18
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Hi...to be honest we haven't tried it with the fridge off since we usually have it propped open to avoid any mold accumulation. Appreciate all the tips...will try some of them to see if it eliminates the problem. Along those lines...does anyone know if we can change the handles on the domestic ??
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day tripper, my suggestion would be to go to the Dometic website. Seems they have all sorts of Q&A on the site.
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