Question about Dometic RM2652 Refrigerator
I just drove my RV school bus down to Costa Rica and had to change the propane tank to a different style tank and fitting. I connected the new fitting to my inlet hose and connected the tank. There are no leaks, found by using a soap solution around new fittings. The refrigerator ran fine all night, and then this afternoon, I noticed the check light on. I turned the power off and on again. The check light came on. I reset it once more and now the check light fades on and off. The refrigerator and freezer seem to be working fine, but the light is concerning me. Any insight?
*I have noticed that the propane comes out faster than my US style tank did, when I use my stove.
You may need to have te pressure check to 14"waterculum you may have to much pressur or not enouht pressure have it check by tech
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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