Originally Posted by 16ACE27
Absorption units will "rock up" if abused by running it out of level for an extended period. Probably not your case if you are getting good cooling in the freezer.
I am curious on how an ammonia based absorption unit will or can rock up.
I work with 650 ton absorption units that are lithium bromide based and due to the salt base are known to rock up if the system loses power or are not shut down properly and other reasons.
But in a refrigerator that is ammonia based what is there to rock up.
I'm just curious where you come up with your assessment on the process for rocking up without the bromide base.
Now the manufacturer states on most RB type units not to run your refrigerator more than approximately 3 degrees out of level or it may not perform per design and or may not cool at all in some cases.
However there are reasons for that as well.
To the person with the problem
Good luck with your issue and refer. The wife and I had one catch on fire and cost 25k to fix our RV (no fun).
The new refer take about 3 or 4 days in the high desert at 110 plus degrees to cool down to proper levels however you can start putting food inside on day two.
Good luck and safe travels