Well I hope this is a repair anyhow..
I think it is the original fridge
(first two pics) I even have the manual for it and the trailer (1982 Jubilee)
Seems the fridge
is not getting as cold as it use to.. on electric (110) it gets pretty cold but I had to turn it up somewhat from where it was set last time I used it (10 years ago)
it barely got cool set to high.. so
Two thing I'm trying..
I had heard a long time ago that sometimes if these things sit for too long the ammonia in the cooling system will settle and crystalize. If you turn them upside down for a few days this is suppose to let the ammonia move around and hopefully uncrystalize..(spell check says that isn't a word but you know what I mean)
was easier to take out than I thought it would be.. 6 screws on the sides of the face.. disconnect the gas line and unplug the 110 plug. Undo two small screws to disconnect the 12V and pull it out into the trailer.
So it is out and turned over (next pic)
While I have the fridge out I thought I'd take apart the propane
burner section and clean the orifice etc.. (next pic)
Glad I took it out. The screw holding the burner into place was very hard to loosen up and there would have been no room to get at it while the fridge was in place (next pic)
Once I had it apart it was easy to blow compressed air through everything including the orifice.. and I believe I can only see one orifice.. (next 3 pics)
Major cool thing is I now know what the red push rod thing is.. I did not know that it had a piezo electric starter.. Been starting it with a BBQ lighter all along.. and the darn thing still produces a spark (next pic)
Anyhow it is upside down right now and I'm gonna leave it like that for a couple of days then reassemble and test it.. I will update with my results..