Thank you for considering an RV Fridge House cooling unit
Re-Manufactured Cooling Units for Dometic and Norcold RV Refrigerators
All Units include a three-year warranty
Ever wonder how a cooling unit
for an animated look at the absorption process
This is a general overview of the process by which we build our
cooling units. If this is the first time you have ever had
trouble with an ammonia cooling system, you may find this page interesting.
We will show you the parts that typically go wrong with an ammonia cooling
unit and what is unique about the way we repair them at RV Fridge House.
"J" Once the paint has had time
to completely cure it is ready to have the urethane foam insulation pack
replaced. We do this by placing the cooling unit in a fiberglass
mold that was cast from and actual refrigerator box. We use a
fiberglass mold to install the insulation rather that than a refrigerator
box for two reasons. First, we ship a lot of cooling units and don't
always have the box there. Second, the reinforced fiberglass mold can
withstand a lot more pressure than the refrigerator boxes, especially the
newer models with the thinner vacuum pack insulated walls.
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