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$0 degrees is about right. If you go much lower towards 32 you will have stuff freeze on you in fridge compartment. Maybe your thermostat is shutting off compressor prematurely and you can try replacing it with another.
Clean the coil inside and outside. try putting it in a window on a shady side of the house. I worked on a outside unit wher it was 90degrees outside but 107 degrees where it was in a hot location, close to road on sunny side of house.
Hello, Inside you fridge part (not the Freezer) you will find your cooling fins,and on you fins there is a white piese of plastic and in this plastic there is a probe this will adjust you temp. by slidding it up and down.but it hasen't been touched you may have a faulty probe.acesses to plug is in rear of fridge in a black box (printed circit board)located outside of camper,you may need a qualified person to install.
Just came across your question, hope its not too late to answer.
Your freezing problem for the fridge section is likely caused by 1) the thermistor has worked itself loose from the cooling fins. 2) the thermistor is no longer on third fin from the right 3) the thermistor is failing.
This is normal if the weather has been hot and humid. There is a "drip tray" that can be pulled out from underneath the front of the fridge if its full the water will poor on to floor. If the fridge is running all the time check your door seals and make sure the door closing properly as this will also cause the same problem.
Unfortunately, you have a bad cooling unit in your refrigerator. Then ammonia smell means that you have a leak in the unit. TURN THE FRIDGE OFF!!! Do not use the fridge on AC or Gas until you have the cooling unit replaced or buy a new fridge. Depending on the model number and serial number of the fridge, it may be under recall by dometic and you might be able to have it repaired for free. If you will provide me with the model number, serial number and the serial number of the cooling unit (found on the outside of the unit in the fridge compartment, lower tank of cooling unit), I can then tell you the pricing of the repairs or whether it is under recall.
Again, TURN THE FRIDGE OFF and do not use it...RISK OF FIRE!!!!
It can have something to do with the wether. As it gets hotter you need more air flow on the back to pull the air up and away. You can add a fan just like the one on a computer. Also make sure the thermister inside on the coil is attached tightly to the fins in the back of the fridge. The control boards have been known to work with an inttermitent problem. The worst thing is you could have a floating blockage in the coil if this is the case it will happen more often and eventually stop working.