Question about Refrigerators
I just brought a new Dometic RM 3962 for my houseboat. I hook it up on the boat this pass weekend to 120v and 12v and it won't cool down. All it said was 60 degrees.
The gases in the system may have totally separated. Try (burping it ) as follows. Witht the refrigerator sitting on its base, roll it on to the door and wait 5 minutes, Then roll it to its top so it is literally upside down, wait 5 minutes. Then roll it to its back and wait 5 minutes. Then restore it to its base and wait 5 minutes. Thi procedure will flush the water from the boiler section through the passages of the system and recombine the gases. Then try it on 120 Volts. It takes about 12 hours for the unit to fully cool down.
Posted on Jul 07, 2008
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