Question about Rose Electronics CRV-R4V/AUD - Crystalview Plus Cat5/6 Kvm
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If it is working on LP but not on AC then I would start by checking the power at the outlet behind the refrigerator. If you have power there then using a multi meter check the power into the circuit board and also power out of the board to the heating elements. If you do not have power coming out of the board then the board is bad and needs to be replaced. Next, check the heating elements which are located in the heat riser tube to the right of the refrigerator (looking at it from the back side). Disconnect the heating element from the circuit board and using a digital multi meter check the ohms. You should get a reading of approximately 44ohms +/- 10%. If you are out of range then you have a bad heating element. Be careful when removing the heating element as they have a bad tendency of welding themselves to the cooling unit and if your force it loose you could damage the cooling unit. If the element is not moving at all then there is a secondary tube next to the heating element that you can install another element into.
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