Hi all. Wondering if you can help. I took my fridge
shielding apart looking for gas cooling issue. It ended up being the battery
. My camper battery
was shot and didn't have enough voltage to run the fridge
. So that problem is fixed. But now I have a new problem. When the fridge
is on gas it runs at about 7 or 8 degrees warmer than it used to. I took it back apart a second time to look for the problem. Gas orriface is clean. Burner is clean. I think all the gas stuff is ok. But i found this loose piece of shielding. Do you guys know where this goes? It may be causing too much air in if not installed right.
One thing I noticed is there is a tab bend in to hold the tip of the burner. That tab being bent in creates an open hole in the shielding on the back side towards the refrigerator
. That hole seems like it would let a lot of air in. Its right behind the burner. But I'm assuming that there is no way that it gets covered up in that it's supposed to be like that.
Thank you very much!