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Dometic rm2652 frige just stopped working, gas nor

Dometic rm2652 fridge just stopped working, gas nor electrical will cool

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Check 12V supply and fuses on lower board. If display functions okay, then look for yellow residue on back of refrigerator near burner. If yes, then cooling unit has leaked and needs to be replaced. See if recall kit has been installed, and check for 12V at both sides of limit switch. If no power on either side, then thermal link has blown, and need to be replaced, If 12V on one side, but not the other, than limit is tripped, and needs to be reset, by pushing button, or if not resetting, then replace, Check for obstructions to the bottom and top vent to make sure they are not blocked, On models with top side vent, check cooling fan for proper operation.

Posted on Aug 23, 2009

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Dometic RM2652 was working fine then stopped - no lights at the control panel above the doors.


Usually there is a short in the system when fuse is blown. Check the cord as sometimes mouse can damage the cord. It is a posibility.
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what is the yellow residue around heating element? my fridge just isnt working right and sometimes stops all together, the freezer worked until lastnight but fridge hasnt cooled right for a week or so.

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I Have a Dometic RM2652 it heats up in the back, but, neither the fridge or freeze will cool down.. I've checked the fuses, tried gas and electric.


First thing I would do is check this dometic site for recall information. Have model and serial number ready.

http://67.238.126.140/recall.php

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have you ever used it on gas normally theese frige have a glow coil to ignited the pilot is it a fridge in a trailer or in a house also the themocople may me defective not generating electricity i woul need more info thanks from gilles

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