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The best way to get the kids to go to sleep at night.... Stand them in front of the television, and make them dance until it's bedtime. It tires me out just watching them.
I spent some time working on the refrigerator in the little Bronco pop-up camper, but I'm still waiting for Amazon to bring my new muffin fans.
My experience has been the most common reasons for an RV refrigerator to get cool but not cold is either it's not level enough, or it needs help cooling the heat exchanger coils. These are not the only things that can keep it from working properly, but they are things that the average RVer can do something about without spending a bunch of money.
Leveling is the first thing you should be suspicious of if the RV refrigerator is not getting cold, especially when you're boondocking and camping spots are often out of kilter.
Most newer model RV refrigerators can withstand some amount of being unlevel; your owner's manual will tell you how much, but in general, the more level, the better.
The refrigerator heat exchanger coils, typically found behind a removable panel outside the RV, get hot when they do their job properly and need to be cooled. So more than likely, the factory mounted a small 12-volt fan to blow over the coils to help remove the heat. But often save a few bucks by putting a small cheap fan blowing on the coils, which is loud and doesn't move much air.
A better choice is not to buy an expensive RV refrigerator fan but get one called a muffin fan which is generally found in computers. They come in different sizes depending on how much room you have in your refrigerator's internal workings, but the 120 mm is about average. These will be far cheaper than an RV fan, move more air, and are much quieter. Get the waterproof kind, since it's possible water could get on it if the wind is blowing the rain in the right direction.
So that's what I'm doing at the moment, trying to find an easy way to level up the truck, so the little pop-up camper will be level, and putting some better cooling fans in the little Bronco's RV refrigerator. If these things don't work, then it's time to whip out the checkbook.
Strange, unknown, flower.
This is where the internal workings of the RV refrigerator is located on the outside of the little Bronco.
This is the factory fan that's doing a poor job of cooling the coils. Quality muffin fans made for desktop computers are dirt cheap, but if you go to an RV place and buy a fan for your RV refrigerator they will call a muffin fan an RV fan, and double the price.