Question about Dometic RM2652 Refrigerator
Hi and welcome to FixYa, I am Kelly Operation AC Volts Fuse Heating Element Wiring
The blue wire disconnected and the 30 amp fuse being pulled is typical of a DC circuit problem. What concerns me is the fact that someone had to put a 30 amp fuse in a 3 or 5 amp circuit. Maybe you meant to say 3.0 amp.
The unit uses a 5 amp fuse on J5 of the main board for AC power and a 3 amp fuse on J1 of the main board for DC power.
See page 17 of this manual:
For part numbers of parts see Appendix A in this manual:
You will need to use this manual to troubleshoot:
See step 3 page 2 to start... where is says Operation you have to perform the testing steps listed below Operation.
Lower Circuit Board
From the hip given the fuse was removed I would suspect the heating element but.. follow the sequence above.
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Posted on May 18, 2011
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