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How to operate Dometic RM3601 on gas?

Refrigerator work on 120v but not on gas. I replaced the igniter, but there is no spark.

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use a set of needle nose pliers & disconnect the igniter wire the module should start clicking if it does not click check the wires to the board clean them good & reconnect if the module still wont start clicking your board is bad if it does click the igniter adjustment off stick a nickle between the igniter & burner the gap should be the size of the nickle 3/16"

Posted on Jun 07, 2009

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SOURCE: Refrigerator not working on gas

There is some reason maybe not explained here. But I will help you if you want. Below is a simple test. The manual I need you to make sure if you have the RM2652 or another model to get the correct manual. That model has digital controls and that is controlled by a control board for switching from AC to DC to Propane. If the board will not switch then we need to look for that problem. Dometic, good refrigerate and great support group. Now here is a link to that model number problem solving PDF. With the manual we can work together to solve this. Thanks, Sea Breeze http://www.dometic.com/FileOrganizer/1-international/Operation%20&%20Installation%20Manuals/Refrigerators%20-%20Caravan%20-%20Motohomes-%20RV/English%20and%20Multilingual/RM2652-RM2852.pdf

Posted on Jun 16, 2009

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SOURCE: operates with gas, does not operate with AC.

Check the heater element for power.

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SOURCE: Dometic 3 way RV ...the igniter strtrer just keeps

sounds like thermocouple needs replacing..easy job ? if you know what to do....

Posted on Feb 09, 2010

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SOURCE: Dometic RM2652 RV Refrigerator trips GFCI

Hi!!

Right beside the circuit panel, there is a grill, remove the 4 screws to gain access to the transformer/battery charger. You'll see a double power outlet, one cord is from fridge, the other is from the transformer. UNPLUG Transformer cord and reset breaker.

It will take a couple of minutes for the fridge to change to AC if you have it in AUTO. If everything works fine, REPAIR OR REPLACE TRANSFORMER/BATTERY CHARGER.

Don't forget to rate this answer, Good Luck!!!

Posted on Apr 19, 2010

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Dear sir/madam,

Turn the refrigerator off and remove the wire
between the electrode and igniter. Now turn the
refrigerator to the gas mode. If no internal
clicking sound is heard the igniter is defective.
It is important to remove the high voltage wire
that goes to the electrode from the igniter when
you are checking the igniter for operation. The
high voltage wire and the electrode can be
shorted to ground causing the igniter reigniter
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Since I don't know what does work I am kind of shooting in the dark.
Does the ac heater get hot ?
The spark ignitor is part of the control board. But won't work?
I assume that you have a user manual but I am including a link to download one.
https://www.dometic.com/f6e8a773-69f5-4624-9b35-54e8801da7af.fodoc

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