Question about Dometic NDR 1292 Refrigerator
Both AC and propane seem to operate ok. Appears to have no cooling at all. Can I assume the problem is a block in the cooling coil?
If the controls are working correctly, it is defiantly a problem with your cooling unit, either blockage or else leak. The best way to find out if it is the cooling unit is the problem is to disconnect the the heating element from the circuit board and add a 110 plugin so you can plug the heating element directly into a wall outlet. Make sure it gets hot (the heating element) and let it run for at least 6 hours. The frige dosen't need to be on during this time because all controls are being bypassed if the fride dosn't make cool it is a bad cooling unit. If it cools you probably have either a short, or the main circuit board is bad. (in 1993-1996 Dometic used a yellow epoxyed circuit board that almost allways went out at about 2-5 years of use)
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
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