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Thermistor with dinosaur board. Thermistor fails after a couple of months. Replaced two years in a row. Why is the thermistor failing. Frig freezes everything when thermistor fails. The resistance check in ice bath is fine on new thermistors when installed.

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Your problem seems to be fairly common but you may find a solution on the website at the link below:
Dometic recall
I linked to that page because of the recall that affects your model and I suggest you read consider it before you worry any further about the problems you are having. You can link to their home page from the recall message.

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Testimonial: "thank you for the information I linked to the home page as directed and found the thermistor resistance reading."

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Hi, you have to troubleshoot the thermistor first before deciding on the cause of the problem. If you troubleshoot it and its bad, then you have to replace it again but if the thermistor is still good, then the fault is from somewhere else.

  • Attach an ohmmeter to the thermistor wires. You can pick up inexpensive ohmmeters at most hardware stores. Either of the ohmmeter's two connections can be attached to either of the thermistor's two connections.
  • Ohmmeters measure resistance; multi-meters may measure voltage, resistance and current. Use the portion of the dial marked for resistance (it will most likely have an omega symbol to denote ohms). Turn the dial until it shows the scale that gives the largest number of significant digits.
  • Check the ohmmeter screen for measured resistance. Compare to the given range for that particular model of your refrigerator.
  • If the thermistor measures in the specified range, it is not faulty and the problem lies elsewhere. If it does not, it is time to replace the thermistor again.
Try this out to know if the problem lies with the thermistor or not...

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To troubleshoot this problem, follow these steps:

Unplug the dryer to completely disconnect electrical power. Shut off the gas supply.

Remove the bottom front service panel as shown in the first image below.

Locate the thermistor on the blower housing. The second image below shows the thermistor. It should have a red/white and a black wire attached to it. Pull at least one wire off and measure the resistance across the leads of the thermistor using a volt/ohm meter. You should measure about 10K ohms (10,000 ohms) of resistance at room temperature. If you measure infinite resistance or get much different reading, then the thermistor will need to be replaced. Even if the thermistor reads the correct resistance at room temperature, it could still be defective and giving a bad resistance reading at higher temperatures.

If you suspect that the thermistor is good, check the wiring connection at the main control board (black and red/black wires on the P2 connector). The procedure for accessing the control board is shown in the third image below. With the dryer still unplugged, pull the P2 connector (see diagram of board) and check the resistance through the black and red/white wires. NOTE: The wires down below at the thermistor must be properly attached back onto the thermistor to properly check this circuit. If you get a much higher resistance (or infinite resitance indicating an open circuit) when measuring this circuit from the wires at the control board, then you could have a wiring failure that is causing your problem. If the resistance is the same, I recommend replacing the thermistor and testing the dryer to see if it operates properly.

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0002 The non-contact thermistor fails to
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Check on connection of the thermistor, Replace the
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0006 The non-contact thermistor fails to
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0007 The non-contact thermistor fails to
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0008 The non-contact thermistor fails to
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