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  1. I have a 1998 Signature 240 with a Norcold DE-351D-F fridge. About a month ago I went to shut off the fridge at the circuit breakers and at the little switch inside the fridge. The little green light stayed on but got dimmer in the off position. I tried turning the switch from inside the fridge from on to off again several times but it was still the same thing. The only way I could shut off the fridge was to shut off the batteries I figured it could survive like this and I would make it a winter project. It continued like that for a few more weeks. This weekend I went to turn the fridge on and nothing happened, batteries, circuit breaker and switch all on. I think its the temperature sensor that has the thermostat dial and switch inside the fridge, but I hear these are around $300 and am not willing to spend that type of money on a hunch. Any other ideas? Also any leads where I can find the parts would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance
  2. Hi all- can't figure out how to work the mini fridge/ice chest on my 2002 sunesta 243. There is no info in the manual about it. Can't tell which direction to turn it on, or if it is on. Any help appreciated! Thanks!
  3. Hi all- can't figure out how to work the mini fridge/ice chest on my 2002 sunesta 243. There is no info in the manual about it. Can't tell which direction to turn it on, or if it is on. Any help appreciated! Thanks!
  4. Do you fellow cruiser owners keep your fridge on constantly or do you empty our the fridge contents and power down the fridge in between uses? The reason I ask is because I have always kept mine running even when kept in the boat lift so that I don't have keep emptying and restocking the fridge every time I go boating. The problem is that I'm going through thermostats at the tune of about one every year or two. I should also mention we boat year round. The thermostats are not too expensive, about 65 deer, but the Isotherm dealer says they should last much longer. The thermostats always fail in the same manner in which they keep the fridge too cold. I currently have my thermostat set to the minimun setting (fully counter clockwise) and it's regulating at about 28 degrees. Thanks in advance, WAB