Question about Explorer Appliances GRQ10 Top Freezer Refrigerator
I have a GRQ10 that has a termocouple that is bad. It has an output voltage of 23 mv and won't hold the gas valve on. I tried a 'fits-all' thermocouple but the gas valve end on the explorer has a smaller nut. Where can I find a thermocouple to fit? I have tried various rv places but they don't have one long enough (36"). I can't seem to locate the manufacturer. I think they are out of business. Any help would be appreciated.
SOURCE: I have a 1999 explorer
I also have a Explorer grq 15 propane fridge made by Unique. It is also a 1999 model . We have had problems since new.I recently found the problem.There is a 3/16 copper line that goes from the incoming propane inlet valve to the thermostat on the bottom of the fridge.When this fridge was constructed,the copper pipe was cut, and a furrel and nut were put on the pipe.No one cleaned out the inside of the pipe after the cut was made.It was 1/3 plugged .I took a drill bit that fit in the good end of the pipe, and cleaned out the partially plugged end.The fridge works perfectly now.13 years of agravation over with.You must lay the fridge on its side or top to get at this pipe.Hope this helps others.
Posted on Jul 25, 2012
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Manual Gas Valve
Lower circuit Board
Since it does it on both AC and gas, you can toss out the LP Gas, Manual Gas Valve, Orifice and Burner.
Make sure that you have good DC voltage and tight connection to your refrigerator.
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