Question about Refrigerators
We are camping out in the woods and have electricity and it cooled before we left home but now will only cool on gas? Doesn' look like the fuse is burned out, any other ideas? All eletric to the fridge is OK.
Does it switch automatically to gas if so the plug may be losing voltage on the back side were it plugs in. As you say the voltage is good I would then look to the eye brow control board inside the trailer or the lower control board outside as being the issue. It is hard without testing the board to tell witch one it is.
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
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1. No operation - no panel lights: DC Volts
Upper Circuit Board
Lower Circuit Board
I would start with the DC volatage and track it back until you lose it. Most of the time it does end up being the lower circuit board though.
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