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Yes everything get power from the board. Look for wiring diagram and trace wire out

Turbo Air... | 557 views | 1 helpful votes


Unplug it for awhile and allow it to thaw out. Sounds like you have it turned up too much and it's icing up. That directly affects it ability to cool.

GE Refrigerators | 588 views | 1 helpful votes


check temp when alarm goes off possible too warm bad temp sensor

Refrigerators | 585 views | 1 helpful votes


* Check your warranty, Call for service.
* If your seal is coming out and not due to a persistant pet knawing at it or someone pulling it out on purpose. Then it's time to get your equipment serviced. I recommend an annual service check and replacement of worn parts. Some parts may be covered in warranty. Warranty periods extend from 3-5 years with extended going longer. Check before performing any type of repair.
* If you have an old fridge then check where the rubber seal starts to come out. Many times it just slips under a plastic cover. Some models have double stick tape that keeps the seal in place. Others (really old fridges) have a metal strip screwed in place over a rubber seal. In most cases the rubber is probably torn and will need replacement. Which means you still have to call for service.
* Getting replacement seals can be time consuming and frustrating as there are so many styles even if it's the same brand. One model may not fit another model of the same brand. If it's in pieces then take a piece down to the appliance parts store to match. You should ask the sales person if they have instructions (on the package) or in a pamphlet. Check as you may also need the stick on tape too.
* You may also check you tube for "how to replace seal on my _________" for more info.
* Save yourself the head ache and call for service (or replace the fridge if it's +10 years old) as you may have other problems just waiting.
Aloha, ukeboy57

Refrigerators | 563 views | 1 helpful votes


not much you can check as it is a shorting problem
could be a start/run capacitor failure ore a compressor failure
call in a technician for a proper diagnosis

Traulsen... | 790 views | 1 helpful votes


Redesign the kitchen, sue the builder, put the fridge on wheels, reverse the door, buy a new fridge. These are all the choices you have..

Whirlpool... | 402 views | 1 helpful votes


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Dometic... | 473 views | 1 helpful votes


Is your freezer fan running? If so, it could be a freon leak, or if it is a variable speed compressor it may not be pumping correctly.

Refrigerators | 105 views | 1 helpful votes


Sorry... I only speak Fahrenheit ...

The Freezer needs to be set at ZERO...
for really good HARD ICE CREAM and the REFiGERATOR
is BEST just above FREEZING at 33 degrees...

Most refrigerators have micro adjustments to keep
your produce FRESH, meat thawed and your beverages
delightfully chilled...

Reading the OWNERS manual is always BEST.

Allow 72 Hours for temperatures to stabilize....


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Refrigerators | 410 views | 2 helpful votes


compressor thermo fuse resets it self

Dometic... | 116 views | 0 helpful votes


try checking fusible links if ok try with thermistor unplugged if ok replace

Dometic... | 109 views | 1 helpful votes


The solenoid dispensing valve could be defective.

Samsung... | 596 views | 1 helpful votes


indicates that the thermostat is faulty
it should be inside the cabinet
parts will be available from a service/agent /dealer spares

Liebherr... | 91 views | 1 helpful votes


The most common cause of this is a poorly fitting and or damaged fridge door seal. The humidity in the air freezes turns to ice.

General... | 107 views | 1 helpful votes


Hello, Stephen -

I am not finding relevant information for you. I do not own an Alpenlite Fifth Wheel RV myself.

I suspect you will receive relevant instructions from another owner. For that, if you have not already posted your question on an online RV discussion forum, I suggest you do so.

These are links to some forums. Registration is required for each, but they are all free:

iRV2:
http://www.irv2.com/forums/f104/alpenlite-5ers-125073.html

RV.net:
http://www.rv.net/forum/index.cfm/fuseaction/thread/tid/22871819.cfm

RVNetwork:
http://www.rvnetwork.com/
Technical Tips & Tricks is probably the best category for your refrigerator question.

RVTalk.com (RVUSA):
http://www.rvtalk.com/
Both the RV Tips & Tricks and the Towables category would be the best for you to post your question.

Best wishes

Amana... | 771 views | 1 helpful votes

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