Norcold had a similar recall. Their fix was a Temp. controlled switch. basically it would shut the fridge down if it got too hot. Still just a band aide.... I was washing my motor home and I got water on the switch and it tripped right before we were leaving town. I searched online and to reset it you need a really strong magnet. I never felt at ease with it. In June I had one of the cooling fans start making noise so I knew I was gonna have to pull the fridge to replace it so I started to research it . Most of what I saw was fridges were still catching Fire and to replace the cooling unit altogether with the "Amish Cooling unit. So more research.......... The next day I ordered the unit and it arrived 4 days later. I also ordered a new Burner, fans, and heating elements. (recommended) My son and I pulled the fridge and had it swapped out in 4 hours. So far after the first trip it's out performed the old cooling unit. I use to run the setting at 9 now it's on 6 and that was in 98 degree temps. They offer Helium instead of hydrogen so My mind is at ease with less of a chance to catch Fire. It's kinda pricey $1600 with shipping and the helium upgrade. I have the big 2 door Norcold with the ice maker so smaller units are probably cheaper. The company is caled JC refrgiration in Indiana.