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Fridge works on gas...but not on AC

Heating element is heating up but not circulating refridgerent. RV is level, getting 120v to the element, 95 ohms through the heating tube(which is new). Switch fridge to gas and it starts gettting cold with in an hour. Haven't checked the roof vent for blockage as it has been working on AC up to last weekend. Had the same problem last year and replaced the thermoster and AC element last year too. Installed a new dinasor controller last year. Have only had RV for two years but have had nothing but problems with the AC side of the fridge. Element does not seem to be getting hot enough?? RV is a 2005 Terry

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Your heater should measure 44 ohms, give or take 10%.

95 Ohms is way off. The RM2310 uses a 92 ohm heating element, perhaps you installed / were sold the wrong heating element?

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