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« Reply #15 on: January 05, 2008, 05:52:17 PM »


My friends Norcold had set for a year in a 5th wheel.  It was level.  When I turned it on I heard a loud gurgleing sound and got no cold anywhere.  I went to a shop i trust and asked for help.  He told me that if it made a gurgle sound it was hoplessly shot.  He didn't ask for the carcass and he didn't have one for sale so i think he was on the up and up.  I GUESS that advice pertained to the Norclod alone and not the Dometic.

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