I just read the recall info for the 1201LRIM and it looks like the only thing involved was the addition of a thermal switch. As far as you know, was any other work involved in your recall?
If the original board was not replaced, and the only thing involved was the thermal switch, then either the switch was connected incorrectly, is defective, or the switch is doing its job and shutting the unit down. If that is the case, then you have some defect causing the overheat condition and that needs to be addressed!
Either way, seems like Norcold needs to instruct the repair center to verify the connections and measure the temperatures to determine which it is and get it corrected, either by replacing the evaporator unit or adjusting the gas flow to bring it into specs. Keep us posted.
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