Question about Refrigerators
Check if the orifice is clean. If not, dissassemble, soak it in solvent and blow with pressurized air. Do not put wire through the orifice as it will surely change the size and wreck the said part.
Posted on Aug 04, 2008
These R/V ammonia absorption refrigerators are not very reliable..If the burner unit fires up and the tube coming up out of it gets hot but the finned "condenser" section stays cool, no fluid is circulating. The "evaporator" or "percolator" section, inside the insulated heat box, is plugged up with corrosion or crystallized solution that is the result of operating off-level. If they are not perfectly level, the solution does not circulate properly, the percolator overheats and deposits form, plugging the tube. The "cooling unit" can be removed from the case and sent off to be rebuilt. Sometimes, if you are very lucky, you can dislodge these deposits by inverting the unit and tapping on the tubes near the burner section. If this works at all, it's usually temporary.. For repairs, Google "Cool Fun"...Good Luck..
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