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My Dometi refrigerator will not stay on, the power gos out on it completely. that sterted hapening after a trip we tolk and the refrigerator was on in the gas mod when the Aux battery went dead my wife said she heard a loud nois coming from the refrigerator.

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Hello. These Dometic fridges are complex machines. For this one definitely take it to a qualified repair person. They will have the diagnostic tools to check out all of the components and get u up and running. Joe

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