Question about Dometic RM2852 Refrigerator
The power board is faulty and that needs to be replaced.The whole fridge is not faulty its the fault of board.But before replacing the board check this
Have you checked there is enough gas in the unit ? Yes - continue
Have you checked that the gas bottle is turned on? Yes - continue
Have you checked whether there is an internal gas **** that feeds the refrigerator? Typically the gas **** is in a cupboard near the refrigerator.
Is the igniter sparking? If no it needs to be checked and replaced.If Yes - continue
There may be a blockage in the gas lines or a sensor is malfunctioning in which case it may need factory repairs or replacement.
But if all the possibilities checked out OK then the board needs replacement.
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Posted on Jun 03, 2010
you may have a bad board, but we can check a few things first.... first off, on the back of the fridge, should see the control board, remove the black cover from it and towards the right of the board, should have 2 fuses, often covered in a blue plastic sleeve or something.. check both these fuses are good.. if they check out you are going to need a test light.. if you dont have one, can get one from auto part store cheap... need to first see if getting voltage to the gas valve and if the gas valve is even opening.... does yours have the 12v element option? can tell by looking at the back, on the right hand side where the burner is.. above that, should see the 110 element.. if there are 2 elements, then you have a 12v element too.... let me know if you have the 12v element option... also, check the fuses.. then check for power to the gas valve... byusing a test light, turning it onto gas and seeing it it gets power.. it will only have power for a short while as it tries to light, then will shut down.. so may want someone inside to turn it on for you..... also try unplugging the electrode wire from the board and then plugging it back up.... sometimes these can get a little dirty... since you have no spark at all... you can try using a screw driver and holding it over the connectore on the board for the electrode wire, see if it sparks to that.. however, make sure you have a good plastic handle and wear gloves, else it will knock your socks off if it gets you...
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
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Posted on Jun 02, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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