We’re both hanging in there but need to rebuild our stamina.
After sleeping for most of the last 4 days attempting to sleep last night proved to be extremely difficult. However, about 1/2 way through the night we had an amazing lightning show accompanied by as much thunder as we have heard since arriving. I only wish the sky had been clearer instead of hazy overcast so that we could have seen the lightning in clear relief. I love to watch lightning. Some of the strikes were quite close but it was one time I didn’t mind being kept away.
The Dread Red Light
But then life is often a mixture of good and bad. Last night’s T-Storm was accompanied by high winds and once again we get to revisit our relationship with our Dread Red Norcold Malfunction light….. Sigh….
I went out to check on resetting the reed switch. And this time I successfully reset the switch — about 4 times. The problem being that there is so much humidity there that the switch kept tripping. I’m not strong enough after the flue to just go out and putter away on it until I had the everything sorted and back to normal.
I’ll try to work on it in the next day or so, if I can’t do it myself (meaning if I’m still too weak) I can call The RV Mobile Home Center and their technician Silver will come out and give us a hand. I’d be happier if it was running again but if we don’t open the doors too often we’ll be OK — and seeing as neither of us has felt like eating much because of the illness — that won’t be too much of a problem.
It raises the specter of RV refrigerators and Household refrigerators once again but no decision to make a chance — it’s just a bit annoying. What I would really like to find is a way of protecting those internal components without building residual heat which that external panel is designed to dissipate. Hmmmm. Think, think, think…. I really don’t know what to do about the fridge. When it works it works fine. When it doesn’t — you know…...
Thanks for stopping by and I’ll talk with you tomorrow.