Question about Dometic Refrigerators
Dometic RM2807does not cool completely on gas(50 degrees) but works fine on AC. It had a new cooling unit installed several years ago and I can not tell if the baffel is installed in the flue. The the gas jet has been cleaned and the I think the flame is satisfactory. How do I detrimine if the baffel is installed and if the lack of one if so is the problem? Does the unit have to be removed to install the baffel?
Unfortunately the baffle plays a big part in the proper cooling of the fridge.
To get to it you will have to either take the flue out or get the unit from the housing.
The baffle is above the burners and directs the flame heat to the correct direction. It should be 1-3/4 " above the burner. See the tips for servicing in the attached manual. see page 21.
I am not a gas technician - this information is based on what I have read about the appliance. Is is better to use qualified technicians for gas based items.
Hope this helps
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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