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Norcold Tan Cooling Unit Sealant 635352

SKU: 635352
Manufacturer part number: 635352
If your RV’s fridge is losing cool air while driving on the road, then this thermal mastic bonds the back of your refrigerator to the interior side.
$11.95

When you need to make repairs to your Norcold refrigerator, then this tube will let you get the job done in a flash. If your RV camper home’s fridge is losing cool air while you’re driving down the wide and open road, then this tube of thermal mastic bonds the back of your refrigerator to the interior side of the cooling unit. Norcold is proud of its rich, near 60-year history, from humble beginnings, through periods of rapid growth, to today’s position of industry leadership. Norcold was founded in 1959 in California to manufacture and sell specialty refrigerators to the RV and Marine industries. As the recreational industry prospered, so did Norcold, rapidly growing from a small, family company to an industry “player” with unlimited potential. In early 1963, Norcold was acquired by the Stolle Corp., an Alcoa company, and greatly expanded its refrigerator lines. To better supply customers in the Midwest and accommodate rapid growth, Norcold moved to its current Sidney, Ohio, location in 1964 and began producing refrigerators there exclusively.


  • For all Norcold models
  • High-quality construction
  • Color: White

When you need to make repairs to your Norcold refrigerator, then this tube will let you get the job done in a flash. If your RV camper home’s fridge is losing cool air while you’re driving down the wide and open road, then this tube of thermal mastic bonds the back of your refrigerator to the interior side of the cooling unit. Norcold is proud of its rich, near 60-year history, from humble beginnings, through periods of rapid growth, to today’s position of industry leadership. Norcold was founded in 1959 in California to manufacture and sell specialty refrigerators to the RV and Marine industries. As the recreational industry prospered, so did Norcold, rapidly growing from a small, family company to an industry “player” with unlimited potential. In early 1963, Norcold was acquired by the Stolle Corp., an Alcoa company, and greatly expanded its refrigerator lines. To better supply customers in the Midwest and accommodate rapid growth, Norcold moved to its current Sidney, Ohio, location in 1964 and began producing refrigerators there exclusively.


  • For all Norcold models
  • High-quality construction
  • Color: White
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