The new thermistor came for my Isotherm refrigerator. They sent a 6' phone cord and they had already wired it to a new thermistor, only this time with a nice flat connection protected by a heat shrink tube. A much better connection that should be able to withstand some knocking about if it should fall again. My contact said to use a pencil to poke a hole thru the silicon where the coolant tube and wire goes thru and poke it thru. It was easy enough to get a hole thru but pushing the thermistor thru was not easy. I ended up using a 1/4" wide piece of vinyl flashing to use as a fish wire poked thru the hole, then taped the thermistor to it to pull it thru.
August 28, 2012
August 20, 2012
I replaced my original 3-way refrigerator last spring with an Isotherm CR130 marine refrigerator. The old one never worked for more than a few hours and mostly not at all. I tried everything but to no avail. After much research, I settled on the Isotherm because of it's excellent reputation for ruggedness, efficiency, and the company standing behind it's products. It was expensive but I really wanted one that would be reliable and very miserly on the battery usage.
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