Another Fridge Thread...

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  1. awg

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    I know Dometic fridges are not keen to be on a sloop when running on gas but does this also apply to electric?

    When on level ground and EHU the fridge works fine but while parked on my drive which has a reasonably slope the fridge still works but is nowhere near as cold and any ice in the freezer melts after a day or so. I don't store the motorhome at home so I only park it on the drive when ready ready for a trip. I might need to just park it on the road (which is level) overnight before we leave.

    Allan
     
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    Yes it is the circulation of the chemicals in the cooling unit that are affected regardless of the heat source that drives them
     
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    Thanks Andy.
     
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    Ours will not work atall on a slope not on gas or electric. Doesnt have to be exactly level but as near as poss.
     
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