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Dometic RM 761 RV refrigerator has a wire that shorted on the back that is coming off of the burner. it's actually two wires.

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Motor1258,
Thanks for the response, to be more specific, the nine pin connector was damaged, but I was able to connect the wires back to main unit panel. I am ready to hook to the hunter thermostat and do not know which wires to connect to. This is my problem and I do not want to short something out. Hope this helps, I want to get it installed again. Thanks again for caring....Jerry

Posted on Aug 16, 2008

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SOURCE: Dometic Rv fridge will get cold on a/c power but

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

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It sounds like your cooling unit is going out. Here's a couple of things to check. Do you smell any ammonia when you open either one of the doors? When you look at the rear of the fridge, do you see anything that looks like rusty water that has run down any of the metal tubes and dried up? If the answer to either one of these is "yes", then youll need to start looking for a new fridge or replace the cooling unit on the one that you have.

Posted on Jul 26, 2009

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SOURCE: RM 2652 will not get cold

Check the 5 amp buss fuse behind the frig.

Posted on Apr 10, 2010

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Have it done for free by certified technician. Whichever recall, the labor as well should be covered.

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My 1987 dometic rm2600 works on electricity but not on gas. No light shows.


It is more then likely just a dirty orifice. The orifice is located just before the burner. It is a brass fitting that screws into the burner. It can be cleaned by removing it and soaking it in rubbing alcohol for a half hour then blowing it out. Do not poke anything through it! One cleaned try the fridge again, if this does not cure the problem then it is more then likely your thermostat that has failed. These thermostats are still available. They are a dometic dual stat and can more then likely be found on Ebay for around $100. For any other RV fridge issues please contact ArctiCold Refrigeration We keep it cold with locations accross North America we can help you with your RV fridge problems. ">

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I have a Dometic RV refrigerator Model RM 2652. After starting the unit up it cuts back off in a minutes. Checked and found out not getting power to the unit. When I plugged straight in to another outlet...


On the back side of the refrigerator to the right you will see a couple of wires going into a metal rod that is bent. That is the electric heating element. Grasp hold of the metal/rubber booted end and see if you can move it from side to side. If it will not move then that typically means that the heating element has failed and has welded to the cooling unit. When this happened it not only could cause a short but could also rupture the cooling unit causing a loss of the hydrogen/ammonia mixture. If they are moveable then you may have a bad circuit board that is causing the unit to shut down to protect the other components.

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Our rv dometic rm 0730 refrigerator tripps the breaker everytime we plug it in, and it has been plugged into three different outlet.


Obviously a short in wiring or heating element that needs to be checked by someone knowledgeable in that area. If for no other reason, safety !

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On the back side of the unit there will be a small thermostat switch mounted on the heat column. It will be round with two wires attached to it. In the center is a reset button. If this button does not restore power then the next step is to replace the wire coming from 12v supply to the thremostat switch. The wire will be red and will have a black sleeve on it. Under the sleeve is a safety diode (to prevent overheating and fire), it will be held in place with three bendable metal fingers. If the diode is bad it will not allow 12v power to pass through to the circuit board. Even though the refrigerator is running on 110v power the circuit board still requires 12v power to operate. The diode is a part of a FREE recall kit offered by Dometic so your local RV repair center should be able to help you out.

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I have a mid 70's Dometic RM 211 refrigerator in my camper. The screen on the propane burner has been damaged and needs to be replaced. Parts no longer exist from Dometic. What size wire mesh do you...


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You don't want to use a screen that is made to fit. The original part was designed for a specific flame. That being said, colaws rv salvage may have a replacement burner in stock, and you can also try calling up a company that rebuilds cooling units for rv fridges.

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Check the 5 amp buss fuse behind the frig.

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Dometic rm 2612. Shuts down on gas.


Ron;
Check the burner assembly. 1 screw, remove the sheet metal cover and clean it. The burner collects rust. This is the likely. Other issues would be the gas pressure usually checked with a manometer. Should 11" of water column. If your furnace works good then the gas pressure is probably ok. Also could have a faulty ignitor which sends a miliamp signal back to the circuit board. Check the burner first, after that leave the cover off and turn the fridge on. Watch the ingnitor attempt to lite the burner. Be sure the spark is going to the burner and not shorting out on the sheet metal it is mounted in. If it is shorting to the frame the ignitor needs replacing.
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I found that they rewired the 12 volt supply, red wire, thru a heat safety switch on the burner unit and it was open instead of being closed and cut off the main 12 volt supply to the control board. I connected a jumper wire around the new switch and the frig works . either the new switch is bad or too close to the heating unit.

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