Whether you are looking to outfit your rv fridge with the latest in mobile living products or want to keep it in top shape, Dometic parts are designed with your comfort in mind. They offer a wide range of items, from fridges and coolers to windows, doors and skylights, awnings and more.
Unlike residential refrigerators, dometic models use a gas absorption cooling system that uses ammonia to produce cold. This technology is efficient and has many benefits, like a variable power source compatibility, easy installation and cool temperatures.
Cooling Unit Thermo-Mastic Seal Tape
To ensure that your new Dometic cooling unit functions properly, you should apply the evaporator sealing tape before it is installed. This is important for a number of reasons, including preventing the unit from overheating and to help prevent leaks that can be harmful to your equipment.
Thermo-Mastic is a heat resistant material that combines the best properties of both Thermoplastic Adhesive and Thermo-Glass to create a highly flexible sealant. It is easy to install and will provide excellent insulation for your appliance.
For those of you with an RV, a thermal pane window is a must have accessory. These windows are a great way to enjoy the outdoors without having to worry about getting out in the rain, or having to open and close the window multiple times during a camping trip.
They are also a good choice for keeping the sun out of your eyes. The design is simple: a dual-pane acrylic window that has two different preset open positions.
Other features of this window are that it is lightweight and easy to operate. The most impressive feature is that it has an insulating argon gas filling the space between the glass, which can be very beneficial in colder weather.
Lastly, you may need to have a digital multimeter on hand for troubleshooting purposes. This is especially useful for identifying problems with your refrigerator, or when diagnosing other electrical issues.
For more information on how to find the right part for your RV, check out our article: What is the correct replacement part for my RV?