|Yep made a grilled cheese sandwich and I swear - the Swiss cheese had a slight ammonia smell. Next morning - it was the whole refrigerator - guess it wasn't bad cheese. A quick search on the Internet - and I found the problem. A bad cooling unit. DO you know how much a new refrigerator costs??? And I thought $500 for a new cooling unit was high. Anyhow I found a guy on eBay that sells these things - rebuilt by Amish workmen and ordered one. It ended up not being a big deal to swap out - actually taking the refrigerator out - getting it through the door and all - was the most difficult part. If you ever need to do this contact "David Force" for help. HE provided the manual and all instructions - was very helpful. I highly recommend him! SO now that I've spent two weeks with no refrigerator, slept on the kids sofa 4 nights because the smell was still in the RV... and learned that winter in Gulfport, near the beach means FOG - heavy and lots of it... I"m finally back in the RV. Oh guess what else I learned - that the FOG and humidity are so bad here anything else that is the least bit questionable is going to break - so now the hot water heater isn't sparking. Lit it off with a lighter - will deal with that later. And my broom - it was in the stepwell of the passenger side - completely MOLDY! Yep that's how bad the humidity and fog is here. Park the car in the gravel and wait a few hours - and it looks like it has rained. Gravel under the car dry - everything else wet! SO - another solution was found - something called Damp Rid www.damprid.com. They carry Walgreen's and other places. I have three tubs of it - one in the bath, one at the corner of the stove and one on the dash. It has material that absorbs moisture, turns it to water and drops it into the bucket below. They make hanging ones too but I can't stand the "fresh scent" and haven't found the unscented. If you're traveling in a damp area - get some of this first.