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Old 07-24-2017, 12:48 PM   #5
99dart
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Brand: Thor Motor Coach
Model: SOB 2014 Meridian 36M
State: Washington
Posts: 979
THOR #7205
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Originally Posted by joshuawray17 View Post
-Found that the fridge (Norcold) doesn't do anything on LP when the outside temps are 105 F

-Found out that it takes about three hours on the generator to cool the coach out with the A/C when it's so hot out.

Any suggestions on the 'hot' fridge? It was about 75 F in the fridge after running the A/C for that long.
Both of these cooling issues perform better when they aren't "playing catch-up".
Get the fridge running the day before filling it. Stand beside the coach and listen for the flame when on LP, make sure it is lighting. I like the fan idea mentioned above.
The coach a/c should be started early to maintain the cool temp from over night. With our 1998 we just sold, the a/c unit wouldn't even start when it was really hot outside.
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