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How many amps does a unit like this use?

How many amps does a unit like this (Dometic RM 2652 Refrigerator) use?

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The RM2652 is rated at 120VAC @ 2.7 amps.

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According to the label (inside the hinge of the main door), it's 2.7 amps when running on 110 volts. It shows blank for running on 12 volts. However, with the anti-humidity switch on, it can use enough current to drain your battery. I was concerned about the battery draw when running the fridge on 12 volts, because the dealer told me it defrosts itself every 72 hours. Something has to control this, and probably uses some power.

Posted on Jul 25, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a Dometic RM 2652, the freezer works fine.

Here is the trouble shooting manual for your Dometic.

http://www.gasrefrigeration.net/dom_techdata/26121_2852SM.PDF

It will tell you what the possible problem is.

Posted on Jun 04, 2009

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