Wesley Chapel, Florida (high 94, low 75)
While on Facebook this morning, I was reading about another Norcold refrigerator recall.
Our refrigerator was replaced at Lazy Days when we purchased our motor home, so it’s less than three years old. The previous recall had been done at that time.
I didn’t know they had two different recalls, and I thought we were okay, but decided to check it out just in case.
I went to the Norcold website and learned there is another recall for the high temperature sensor. I’m not exactly sure when this one came out, but it’s a good idea to check if you have a Norcold Refrigerator.
HERE is the link.
If you have a Dometic, HERE is the link for their recalls.
Luckily, ours didn’t fall in the numerical series that needed any repairs and I can stop worrying!
We will probably end up replacing our Norcold with a residential refrigerator one day. I have read about too many Rv fires because of these things and it concerns me.
We put in an automatic Halon fire extinguisher a while back. It’s mounted in the outside compartment of the refrigerator and is set to go of if the temperature gets too hot. I’m not sure how well it will work in the event of a fire, but maybe it could buy a little extra time if needed.
I haven’t posted a blog lately because we have done nothing blog worthy, other than a short trip to the zoo the other morning. It’s been too hot for outdoor activities, so other than morning and evening bike rides, we’re staying in the air conditioning most of the time.
We have free WiFi here at Quail Run, so we’ve been binge watching old Tv series. We just finished watching Orange is the New Black. Its well done with good acting, but boy if you get offended easily or your shock value is low, you might not want to watch it! It’s a true story about a woman in a low security women's prison.
We just started Scandal. It’s starting out to be good. We find ourselves watching too much Tv when we’re in Tampa during the summer. There are beaches, lakes and rivers nearby, but we just can’t seem to get excited about braving the heat and humidity. So, here we sit.
We’re hoping to get out of town pretty soon and head back to the mountains. Maybe soon after the July 4th week-end.