Question about Dometic Refrigerators
There are two wires "inside" my Dometic RV fridge model RM2804.
One from the behind the light bulb housing and one from behind the control knobs of the electric/gas thermostat setting housing.
They both run up to the fins in the upper back inside of the fridge...problem...if they get bumped the fridge/freezer stops cooling, so I have to jiggle them around and wait a couple of hours to see if I made it work or made it worse.
I have taken the cover off around the control knobs, but it is so basic that I don't know what could be the problem or what to do.
What is the wire from behind the light for?
This does it on gas or electric.
I live in my RV and I am tired of having to throw out food that has gon bad.
Thanks for any input.
theese wire that goes to the fins are your thermostat probes it possible that your thermostat is defective if you take your thermostat and bypass the two wire connected to it toghether if your fridge works replace the thermostat thanks from gilles
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
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