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Old 07-15-2016, 10:39 PM   #11
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Good deal. No holding on needed. I am a little concerned about the wheels off the ground

As for the fridge. I'm hopefully not giving it enough time to cool. I really appreciate you taking the time to lend a hand. Will let you know in the morning how it goes. Thank you!!
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Old 07-15-2016, 10:58 PM   #12
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I've been in plenty of spots where my levelers also lifted tire(s). I don't like it either, and if I can't re-position on the site I will use my good old stacking leveling blocks under the tires to at least put some weight back on the wheels.

I hope time helps your fridge, some users will even buy a block of dry ice to put in their fridge to cool things off quickly if they can't pre-cool their unit. I have a friend that does that regularly since his driveway is so sloped he can't run the fridge at home before he starts out. No mess inside when the dry ice is gone.

Just have to be careful handling it! And put it on a rack, not directly on the plastic bottom or on a glass shelf. Can make them brittle due to the extremely cold temperature of the solid CO2.
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Old 07-16-2016, 06:04 AM   #13
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Mine is not working either. Service guy looked at it and thinks it has to come out because of a leak. Going to shop August 5th
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I've been in plenty of spots where my levelers also lifted tire(s). I don't like it either, and if I can't re-position on the site I will use my good old stacking leveling blocks under the tires to at least put some weight back on the wheels.



I hope time helps your fridge, some users will even buy a block of dry ice to put in their fridge to cool things off quickly if they can't pre-cool their unit. I have a friend that does that regularly since his driveway is so sloped he can't run the fridge at home before he starts out. No mess inside when the dry ice is gone.



Just have to be careful handling it! And put it on a rack, not directly on the plastic bottom or on a glass shelf. Can make them brittle due to the extremely cold temperature of the solid CO2.


Well....it looks like the fridge is working!! I will be more patient next time. Our other TT had a fridge that would cool super fast. Thanks for all your wise words and help. I really appreciate it.


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