Question about Refrigerators
Others have had this problem, I found, after looking around on the net. Here is an excellent blog about the problem, and it contains wiring diagrams and suggestions for what might be going on. It contains more and better advice than I could give, or guess at. Here's the blog:
One thing you might check first, is to make sure the 12 v power is not reversed. If it is, a heavy duty diode will trip the breaker- so check that first. Read the blog over and see if they can help you run this problem down. It could also be a problem with your wiring shorting out, and they have suggestions about figuring it out. Good luck, and hope this helps!
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
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