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I've got a Dometic three way refrigerator in my 98 Starcraft pop-up. There was a recall on some models but mine was not one. Last year I noticed that it was not cooling as well as it had been in the past. I checked the back of the fridge and noticed a slight kink in the metal tube that is surrounded by the fins. There has been no trauma to this area. Is this suppose to be there? Any help appreciated.

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We had a 98 and I'd say that the fridge was pretty much a disappointment. It took a long time to cool with electric but was a lot better on gas. I can't remember anything specific about what it looked like from the back so i can't be much help. I have a generic small fridge in the basement and it works far better than the one in the camper.

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dometic had a recall on the bigger refrigs for a fire hazard,

those would be like RM 2652 and up. the kink or is it a dent

in the tube? does it cool better on gas then 110? RV fridges

take a long time to cool as you probly know.

randy aka bbqhead

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