Question about Refrigerators
Is there an owners sequence of troubleshooting steps to try? Does not cool much, lights well on propane. In a 2003 RV, has worked well until this season.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: will not cool on electricity
Hi there. There are actually a few causes of your problem but I would begin by checking the fuse. here is the Dometic troubleshooting manual for your model. It should help.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
does the flame ever got out if not ,the tsat is not the problem. It could be that the flame is not hot enough or the flue has a restriction
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
You need to make sure that you follow the manufacturer's recommendations for using the unit with each specific power source. It's important that you have the all switches in the proper position, based on what power source you're using.
Here's the manual for your model, save a copy and print it out and take some time to review the section #3 Operating Instructions on page 6.
Hope you find this helpful and will resolve your issue.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
Check any fuses/circuit breakers in harness from battery. That battery should supply 12 volts dc to fridge lugs/terminals at bottom of fridge on outside behind vent.
If battery is good and hooked up properly but no 12 volts to fridge, then you will have to trace back to battery for broken /bad wire. If you want to test quickly, just run 2 jumper wires from battery to those 2 lugs marked + and - Battery + to + (pos)at fridge, and - battery to -Neg at fridge. That should allow you to run it on propane or 12 volt. Remember, running it on 12 volts will kill that battery pretty quick, unless it's being charged. When you are plugged in, the converter supplies the 12 volts to your fridge, as well as should be charging your battery.
Posted on Jun 22, 2010
The DM2652 comes with an optional cooling fan to help with cooling the amonia. The fan cycles on and off as required as it has a tempeature sensor (thermistor). We turn ours off at night by removing the inline fuse (glass tube fuse 3 amp) located in your outside acces panel. The fuse is located in a black fuse holder with a re wire connecting both sides.
Posted on Aug 18, 2010
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