We have a Norcold model N821FLT in our 2005 Holiday Rambler Alumascape 35RLQ 5th wheel. The fridge is located in a slide-out and has no roof vent. It seems to be doing a decent job cooling food considering where in Tucson and the temps have been between 105 - 115 for daytime highs. My concern is the venting....on the right side of the fridge cabinet there is a 10" wide pantry cabinet. That cabinet gets incredibly hot inside from the heat generated from the fridge. I cut a hole and installed a small fan that connects to the upper vent area behind the fridge to draw the heat out of the pantry cabinet and to the outside, but it didn't really help much. As a matter of fact it almost feels like more warm air is coming into the pantry, even after installing a second larger fan in the upper access vent area behind the cooling fins trying to push the super hot air outside. I hope all this made some sense. If anyone has addressed this issue I would love to hear about it. Thanks in advance!