Hey all. Our 2014 Montana HC frig is having fits of non operation. It worked fine the first and second trip. Then the next 2 trips the freezer part worked fine, but the frig failed, (only cooled to about mid 50's). Both times we took it back to dealer and when plugged in to 110v it works fine. Same at home, when getting ready for trip, frig cooled down to 35 degrees. Got to campground (plugged in to shore power), and temp starts rising, until into the mid to upper 50's again. This scenario has happened the last 2 times. Now at dealer, and cooled down to low 30's. Obviously an intermittent problem, but very frustrating. Still under warranty, but dealer states it works fine, and they can't diagnose a problem unless it fails. All the other 110v appliances work fine, (AC, TV, etc.). Out of ideas, but don't want to go camping and have to fight an igloo cooler to camp. Any help or suggestion is appreciated. (Dealer isn't being very helpful).
And one more 1 - need some light duty flooring for the basement. Did metallic epoxy, clear epoxy, urethane etc for garage but don't need that for basement like this https://thatpainter.com/how-to-paint-a-basement-floor/
. Would prefer something that doesn't show scratches (cats and furniture moving) but not super high resistant to chemicals. Would like to avoid epoxy since I think no matter what it does show scratches. 2- best way to remove drywall mud from the floor? In anticipation of possibly lightly staining the concrete and some clear coat. Would a big sander do? Was hoping that I wouldn't have to grind. The mid chips off and the floor is flat but there's some discoloration. If I don't stain and just clear then they'll probably show.