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Old 04-20-2016, 06:49 AM   #11
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Top Vent

Pretty sure the top vent for your fridge is just a vent, since the fridge in the slide. When the fridge is not on a slide the vent is usually on the roof. Shouldn't be anything behind the top vent you need to work with/worry about.

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Old 04-20-2016, 08:36 AM   #12
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I found the valve and water is flowing into the ice maker! But in the process of trying to lock the outside vent one side of the plastic "screw" head popped off. I guess I can use a pair of pliers to turn the head and lock it back in place.
Why in the world do they use a plastic lock system so small and fragile on something to close an area on the outside of the motorhome? Would it cost a company that much more to make a system that is a little more secure and safer? I'm sure the cost can't be that much more, it's not like they are making tin cans at over 600 per minute!
Sure would be nice if the big shots would try to camp in these units and try to solve problems that can come up when on the road.
Thank you for the information on where to find the valve and also the fact that I don't have to climb the ladder to look behind that top vent!!

Bonnie and Rich
Winston and Digby (4 legged kids)

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