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I have to constantly keep hitting buttons because it doesn't respond and then sometimes it jumps all at once like I've hit it several times. I've searched the internet and found posts of people with different RVs reporting this problem. I even found a post that said Dometic would replace the Thermostat Cover under warranty. Most people said to just operate it with the cover off but I'm not really down with that. I was just wondering if anyone else has experienced this and if so, do I go through Oliver or deal directly with Dometic?

Kenny & Penny | Beach City, Texas


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I would deal directly with Dometic. They would have exactly the information and parts you need and it should be resolved much quicker.

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I agree with Steve but if they give  you any trouble don't forget your Oliver warranty.



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When we had issues with our dometic fridge, camping world replaced a nunch of parts via dometic warranty. I would call Dometic. They may send you to a nearby authorized repair shop, or just send you the part. At veryleast, tech services will walk you through any troubleshooting that you can do.

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