We're back from our cross-Canada trip. We had to cut it a week short due to what we thought was a broken fridge (see previous posts). We were able to run the fridge on gas but the electric wouldn't work (or so we thought). When we got home yesterday, I had a thought. Maybe it's like a computer.....if it goes haywire and you can't fix it, turn it off, let it sit and then re-start it. Well, I did that today and damned if the fridge doesn't run just fine on the electric setting.
I firmly believe now that the problem was the 35-39C temps and the 90-95% humidity we encountered, and there's nothing wrong with the fridge. Temp here today is a balmy 22C and humidity is 70%. I do find it a bit strange, however, that Dometic would make a fridge that is so susceptible to these variables when many RV'ers live in and visit areas where they are predominant.
We're going to take a previous poster's advice and only travel in areas where we are comfortable and the fridge should work fine.<g>
We're still have'n fun...