Question about Dometic Refrigerators
How difficult is it to replace the gas/electric thermostat on a Dometic RM2332 refrigerator? Is there any problem getting the capillary line out/in, and are there any hints or tips you can give?
I'm an aircraft mechanic, skilled in working on all types of systems, so I'm not a novice. I have pretty much every hand tool you might want, and know how to use them. I'm familiar with working with electrical systems, pneumatic and hydraulic systems, and just about any type of mechanical system. I mention this in hopes of avoiding the typical "best left to professionals" answer: I *am* a professional: I'm just not familiar with the details of this particular equipment..
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The system is sealed very difficult to charge. Not to mention expensive. The same price to get a new coil. The boards that control the operations are hard to trouble shoot sometimes. Do you have 12 Volts DC going in to the control board. If yes does the control board inside show green lights that it is working. If so the lower control board on the out side needs to be looked at.
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
if your refrigerator is in warranty than contact your service authority......or if you had purchased it by your own than ...... my friend! the thermostart does'nt have any warranty
Posted on May 14, 2009
It could be as simple as a blown fuse at the fridge. Also check to make sure you have turned on the electric switch that allows the fridge to run on AC. Note, you can only operate the fridge on EITHER gas OR electric, but not both sources at the same time, thus, you have to turn off the gas switch before you can run on electric.
When this unit is running on electricity, it has to have the thermostat set for it to run.
Here's a link to the Dometic manual for your model.
Just follow the steps for running on electric and you should be OK.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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