Question about Dometic Refrigerators
SOURCE: Dometic Caravan Fridge 7271
Your refrigerant may have completely separated in the system. Shut of the gas, disconnect the electrical and remove refrigerator from the coach or if you have sufficient room inside set it on a clean area. This operation is what is called burping the system.
1. From the base roll it onto the door and wait five minutes.
2. roll it onto the top and wait five minutes.
3. Roll it on the back and wait five minutes.
4. Return it to the base and wait five minutes.
Reinstall it or test it on electrical. It should show signs of cooling in about 30 minutes in the freezer compartment if the system is not plugged in the boiler.
Posted on May 26, 2008
Replace the bulb and also check the relay and the sensor in the back of the unit. But first try replacing the bulb
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
Dometics work on propane, 12 volt or 110 volts, if pilot won't stay lit then you prob have a control board defective. Apply 12 volts and see if pilot stays lit, then you will know.
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks, in the middle of changing out the 12v adapter from the trailer thanks"
Check connection for 12 volts, at back of fridge behind vent cover .(outside) Make sure 12 volts getting to the lugs where they join. If you have 12 volts to there, unplug fridge at receptacle usually on left side by back of fridge, just to be safe. Remove cover on circuit board and look for a blown (glass type fuse in there.)
Posted on May 09, 2010
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