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Electrolux Caravan Fridge RM4271

I have an Electrolux Caravan Fridge/freezer RM 4271. I want to fit a new Mains Electric Thermostat Switch which has a temperature sensor similar to a thermo coupling. There is a similar coupling for the 12 volt system on this fridge and both are channelled thro a small hole at the top rear left hand side of the fridge body. I need to take the old one out and put the new one in. It appears that both couplings or sensors are just pushed in and pulled out but before attempting this I would like to be sure.
Can you advise if I am right

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: Hi i have a 3

A simple remedy to the fridge working correctly.
I wasnt aware that the mains dial turned fully to an 'OFF' position. Once I had turned the dial until it 'clicked' off, I tried the gas and it lit and cooled perfectly.

Posted on May 29, 2008

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: we have caravan electrolux rm

Problem is either thermostat or heating element...not sure which yet..but found website supplying most usable parts for RM series fridges. Hope this link is of use.
http://www.leisureshopdirect.com
http://www.leisureshopdirect.com/caravan/ventilation/Dometic-Electrolux_Spares$$6.aspx

Posted on Jul 08, 2008

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Kristian Slack

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SOURCE: Our caravan fridge electrolux rm4206

remove the fridge from caravan, now turn upside down and leave for as long as possible. what this does is get rid of any air locks in the gas. once left for a month or too turn back and leave for a day to setal and refit to caravan.this should solve your problem, it has been tried and tested on our caravan and worked. (This will not work on a domestic house fridge because they work on a different system)

Posted on Feb 07, 2009

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SOURCE: Electrolux ER 7626 Fridge not cooling

Hello,

On these units there is a defrost heater which comes on after about 12/14 hours running time depending on usage.It would cut in for about 15 mins just to get rid of ice accumulated around the Evaporator.This heater or the timer has failed and ice has got between the duct. supplying cold air to the fridge unit.The best thing to do is to defrost unit for 24 hours and then try it and see if you can feel cold air coming up into the fridge.The repair for this is not that successful and you would be better off defrosting unit like a normal fridge/freezer.

Hope this was a help.

Posted on May 12, 2010

Anonymous

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SOURCE: electrolux frost free fridge freezer

The evaporator drain can become blocked. Water backs up and eventually falls out into the freezer and freezes. If this happens you should see ice build up inside the freezer.

The evaporator heater can blow. This allows condensation to freeze and not drain away. I have tried replacing it but I cannot confirm that I have solved the problem.

Another problem is liquid water draining onto the fan in the freezer compartment near the evaporator. If this happens when the fan is idle (presumably when the fridge and freezer are both down to the right temperature, water falling on the fan blades will freeze. The motor is low power and it may not have enough torque (turning power) to overcome the imbalance. This stops the cold air from circulating to the freezer and fridge. The control circuit may detect the fan is not turning or the temperature may rise setting off the alarm.

I have an Electrolux ER3162BN fridge freezer.

Posted on Jun 26, 2010

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