The most common question I am asked by people that visit my website is "how difficult is it to change the cooling unit in my rv refrigerator" and "is this something I can do myself." Well, changing the cooling unit isn't as difficult as it might appear. There are no special tools required, no welding or solder connections to make, the cooling units simply bolt to the back of the refrigerator. Most people with average mechanical ability and a basic set of hand tools can change the cooling unit in there refrigerator in a few hours. Below I have listed installation instructions for the most common rv refrigerators, find your model number below and read through the instruction to become familiar with the steps involved in changing the cooling unit.

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Common Two-Door Dometic Refrigerators

RM2600, 2601, 2604, 2607, 2610, 2611, 2612, 2620

RM2800, 2801, 2802, 2804, 2807, 2810, 2811, 2812, 2820

RM3600, 3601, 3604, 3607

RM3800, 3801, 3804, 3807

RM761, 763

RM1300, 1301, 1302, 1303

 

 

Americana Series and New Dimension Series(NDR) by Dometic

RM2452, 2453, 2552, 2553

RM2652, 2852

RM3662, 3663, 3862, 3863

NDR1092

 

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All Norcold 2-Door Refrigerators

682, 683, 662, 663, 6062, 6063, 6162, 6182,

N821, N841, N621, N641

962, 963, 982, 983

838EG2, 838EG3, 8310EG2, 8310EG3, 8010EG2, 8010EG3