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We're excited to announce that we recently added mobile installation as well as on site installation to the surrounding Charlotte N.C. and Fort Mill S.C. area
We now offer mobile service for the surrounding Charlotte N.C. BORDER FORT MILL S.C. area and on site installation for anyone who wants a little more peace of mind.
ALL COOLING CORES ON SALE
Norcold 1200, 1210 double wide refrigerators are on sale for$1495.00
THE NORCOLD 1200 1210 REFRIGERATORS WONT LAST.
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We have you covered with our standard 2 year warranty or if you want added piece of mind ,purchase our lifetime warranty package.
We ship to almost every where in the North America region including Mexico and Canada
Cooling Coils and Refrigerators
Unlike most companies we carry cooling cores and RV Refrigerator units
What cause's a rv refrigeration system to go bad?
There are several reasons to why a absorption system will "go bad" or default.
The main reason why norcold rv refrigeration systems and dometic rv refrigeration systems default is because they leak ammonia. This is the most common reason for norcold or dometic cooling units to be repaired/replaced. The second main reason why norcold and dometic absorption systems default is because they develop a clog in one of the smaller tubes. The main cause of this is the cooling unit has been sitting for to long without being ran and the dichromeate that stops the unit from rusting starts to form together and stop up a unit. Another cause of a clogged absorption system is if the cooling unit is ran out of level. As reading the article to you right proclaims absorption systems are gravity feed. If you run the system out of level it can't operate correctly which in turn while cause the dichromeate to center in one area and clog the system
- January 01 2015
RV Refrigerator Repair Company
NORCOLD AND DOMETIC CERTIFIED SERVICE CENTER
WE ARE CERTIFIED AS A RV REFRIGERATOR REPAIR SERVICE CENTER FOR NORCOLD RV REFRIGERATOR UNITS AND COOLING CORES AND DOMETIC RV REFRIGERATOR UNITS AND COOLING CORES. We are qualified to work on all ABSORPTION AMMONIA RV REFRIGERATORS.
HOW TO REPAIR A RV REFRIGERATOR
How a Norcold Refrigerator, Dometic Refrigerator and any Absorption Refrigerator works.
The ammonia refrigerator absorption cooling unit is operated by a limited amount of heat. This heat is transferred by propane or electricity. No moving parts are are used in Dometic Refrigerators or Norcold Refrigerators
The unit consists of four main parts: the boiler pipe, condenser, evaporator pipe and the absorber. When the unit operates on gas, the heat is furnished by a burner assembly . This burner tube assembly is fitted underneath the boiler tube. When operating on electricity, the heat is supplied by the element that rest in a metal tube attached to the lower half of the boiler tube on the rv refrigerator.
The cooling unit charge consists of a quantity of ammonia, water, and hydrogen. These are at a sufficient pressure to condense ammonia at room temperature. When heat is furnished to the boiler pipe system, bubbles of ammonia gas are produced. They rise and carry with them quantities of weak ammonia solution through the siphon pump. This weak solution passes into the pre-boiler tube. while the ammonia vapor passes into the vapor pipe and on to the water separator. Here any water vapor is condensed and runs back into the boiler pipe system, leaving the dry ammonia vapor to pass to the condenser. Air circulating over the fins of the condenser removes heat from the ammonia vapor. It condenses into liquid ammonia and then flows into the evaporator bars.
The evaporator bars are supplied with hydrogen. The hydrogen passes across the surface of the ammonia. It lowers the ammonia vapor pressure enough to allow the liquid ammonia to evaporate. The evaporation of the ammonia extracts heat from the evaporator bars. This, in turn, extracts heat from the rv refrigerator cabin, lowering the temperature inside the refrigerator.
The mixture of ammonia and hydrogen vapor passes from the evaporator bar to the absorber. A continuous trickle of weak ammonia solution enters the upper portion of the absorber. It is fed by gravity. This weak solution flows down through the absorber. It comes into contact with the mixed ammonia and hydrogen gases. This readily absorbs the ammonia from the mixture. The hydrogen is free to rise through the absorber coil and to return to the evaporator bars. The hydrogen circulates continuously between the absorber and the evaporator bar.
The strong ammonia solution produced in the absorber flows down to the absorber vessel. It passes on to the boiler system, thus completing a full cycle of operation for a Norcold rv refrigerator, Dometic rv refrigerator, or any absorption refrigerator. This cycle operates continuously as long as the boiler is heated. A thermostat which controls the heat source regulates the temperature of the refrigerated space. Since the refrigerant is ammonia, it can produce quite low temperatures. Except for the thermostatic controls, there are no moving parts for a rv refrigerator.
- January, 12 2015
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