Curtis Brian L., When cleaning the back of the fridge did you open up the shielding revealing the burner and flame area? The repair guy said the first fridge gelled up. Gas operation:Ahh... LOL. check over here
When we returned my husband gave it the ole' college try. Thanks so much for your feedback. Curtis Houseofrath, I'd have to say, I don't know? Up next RV / Mobile Refrigerator diagnosis and repair - Duration: 7:33.
It began to cool after 2 hours so I switched it to electric to try to drop the temp and to test if it would maintain in gas mode, while on Not to mention I am poor… I have not confirmed pricing other than a single entry posted in a blog somewhere that a circuit board would cost $30 - $45 This residue will also interfere with the sensor probe and flame outage will result.
Just really strange. There might be some rust, dirt or what ever that is preventing a good solid flame from the gas burner. Thanks, Ritch Curtis Itchieone, That is a strange one. Dometic Rv Refrigerator Manual The furnace requires a goodly amount of propane so there might not be enough gas there for it to ignite.
I would like it to stay on Gas, but the only way for me to get it on the gas setting is selecting auto I can't seem to force it to Rv Refrigerator Repair Parts There has been since the early 80's an access door to replace the element with ease from the back. Curtis Rick, Most RV refrigerators can operate on either electricity or propane. Fridge not so on LP, but OK on 110v.
But it needs to be tested by a qualified technician to determine what the actual problem is. Dometic Refrigerator Not Cooling On Electric Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Also, switch was always just on auto, and the gas line was left on, so it did not switch over to that automatically. Here are the repair manuals for both types of RV refrigerator: Dometic Refrigerator Repair Manual Norcold Refrigerator Repair Manual Troubleshooting An RV Refrigerator When an RV refrigerator starts failing (not cooling
our tralier is 15 yrs old and think ref. Jim M Paul_W08-07-2011, 04:24 PMUpdate to original thread. Rv Fridge For Sale We were beginning to have issues last year with the electric but could get the propane to work. Norcold Rv Refrigerator Troubleshooting Anyone have any thoughts?
Ok, now I'm off to read more of your articles! http://jetpackshield.com/rv-refrigerator/rv-fridge-not-working-on-ac.html thewestmoh Hi Curtis, That was fast, thanks. ðŸ˜‰ So here is a dumb question time from me. :-). 1. Once it's turned over to electric the temp in the refrigerator rises to 55/60 while the freezer is didn't get any higher than 16. Especially at night. Dometic Refrigerator Not Working At All
I have never had to deal with the upper one) « Last Edit: July 08, 2011, 11:07:11 AM by Alfa38User » Logged StuMontréal, CanadaSnowbird, Naples FloridaAlfa Gold 38 (2000) 5ver (parked!)"Of The only thing they have in common is they both use propane. Thanks, Paul Curtis Hawk, If you have a good solid flame on gas I'd look for an electrical problem. this content Sounds like you got it going, that's all that matters.
What I like about the manual is it has actual test scripts for checking everything from the circuit board down to each component. Rv Refrigerator Not Cooling But Freezer Is Curtis jimmcpm, Though my knowledge is more general than specific to certain models what you aredescribing is classic thermocouple failure. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
Jim Thank you for getting back to me. It could easily melt plastic. It is in a 2011 Zinger tow behind camper and is installed in the slide out. Dometic Refrigerator Troubleshooting Gas Any idea why it would just drop power?
If the stove works, then look behind the fridge for the propane line to make sure the valve is open. Of course if the freezer is only getting just below 32 degrees it really isn't working well either. Mark I have an 86 RV with a dometic frige, I get no lights when I turn it on, hooked to 110, I havn't tryed the gas cuase none of the have a peek at these guys Curtis Jimmcpm, Glad my suggestions led you to the cause of the problem.
Curtis Don, It could be normal operation. Curtis The source of 12 volts is either the battery or if you are plugged in the converter supplies 12 volts to the RV. Does anyone have any ideas what the problem could be? Checking fuses means very little, you also have circuit breakers for the 110 volts.
Everything in the burner looks good and the flame is strong with the primer button pushed.