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Cant find the fuse for the refrig. no power

Cant find the fuse to the dometic ndr1062 no power to the panel 12 volt, just took it in for repair (recall) it was working at repair center. after hooking it back up to 12 volt and 120ac not getting 12 volt? all fuses seem to be ok? must not have found the right one?

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  • mac145 May 15, 2010

    I do have a problem I am working on. I have a 1999 avion 5v 38’. I just took my refrig in for a recall. When I put it back in it would not turn on. All fuses at the refrig are good. I found out that it is working when I hook a battery directly to it. My control panel came on. I then checked the 12 volt line coming from the front of the RV. No 12v at all? I don’t know where the wires go to at the converter. I think they must go to a panel but don’t know. All my other 12v work in the RV. I noticed on other thing but I don’t know if it is part of the problem. Right next to my refrig compartment is all my valves and water input, there is a light 12v in there and it doesn’t work either. The bulb was burned out so I changed it but still nothing. There is no switch on the fixture nor can I see anything to turn it on? Any help you can give me would be much appreciated.
    Mike McDowell
    San Antonio Texas



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Check connection for 12 volts, at back of fridge behind vent cover .(outside) Make sure 12 volts getting to the lugs where they join. If you have 12 volts to there, unplug fridge at receptacle usually on left side by back of fridge, just to be safe. Remove cover on circuit board and look for a blown (glass type fuse in there.)

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    Mike Butler May 16, 2010

    All your 12 volt fuses should be in your power panel, with circuit breakers etc. Check all the spade fuses and make sure they are all good. Do you have a multimeter for checking these circuits, or a 12 volt test light?



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