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Old 01-12-2008, 07:09 AM   #43
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Hey Michelle,

How's the gumbo.? I could use a nice vist to Bourbon St right about now.
I was in New Orleans a couple of days ago. Had lunch in the French Quarter and a Benei (that donut thing) at Cafe Du Monde. Walked Royal street looking for that perfect chandeler for the trailer
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Anyway, I'm afraid that the AS tech who told you that needs to go back for a little re-training!!! There should be a noticeable pull on the dollar bill when you remove it from a closed door. Your freezer obviously has a bad seal. Some frost is inevitable, since you have to open the door to get at your stuff...especially in very humid climates. But excessive frosting is the first sign of an improper door seal.
I though so.
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You can access the back of the seals by gently lifting the seal from the inside edge. For the seal that is on the top of your freezer door, it would be the bottom edge of that seal. You can add a strip of 1/4" thick foam weather stripping in beween the door and the seal....and it will push it out just enough to make a better contact with the frame.
I will try that. I am going to get my black tank fixed on Monday and have them look at it.

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Old 01-12-2008, 07:22 AM   #44
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How come my beer supply disappears from my Dometic fridge faster than it does for a similar period at home?




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Did you get an answer to this question from them?

But I can't post it on the Forum!!! Then then fell on the floor laughing.

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Well, I guess it's ok for them to laugh, as long as they don't point. I hate when they do that.


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