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I recently cleaned the jet on my Dometic RM2310. Before that it wouldn't cool enough, even on the highest setting. Now, after cleaning the jet, the main compartment freezes, even on the lowest setting. Any ideas? Thermostat control?

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Move your thermistor closer to the center. Your thermistor is attached to the fins on the inside of the fridge. Also turn off the fridge and take the circuit board cover off and make sure that the thermistor cable is plugged in. the cable is a 2 wire terminal will be on upper right or upper left of the circuit board just below the 6 pin connector.There is another possibility but remote. The cooling unit may be getting ready to stop working. Have had many customers tell me that the fridge started freezing up and a few days later quit working completely.
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There is some reason maybe not explained here. But I will help you if you want. Below is a simple test. The manual I need you to make sure if you have the RM2652 or another model to get the correct manual. That model has digital controls and that is controlled by a control board for switching from AC to DC to Propane. If the board will not switch then we need to look for that problem. Dometic, good refrigerate and great support group. Now here is a link to that model number problem solving PDF. With the manual we can work together to solve this. Thanks, Sea Breeze http://www.dometic.com/FileOrganizer/1-international/Operation%20&%20Installation%20Manuals/Refrigerators%20-%20Caravan%20-%20Motohomes-%20RV/English%20and%20Multilingual/RM2652-RM2852.pdf

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This is very serious, You need two people to find the leak or take it to qualified lp technician.

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