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can you please send me a model number and who made the refrigerator of course yes it could be a computer board but it also could be power supply to the refrigerator

Dometic RM2652... | Answered on Jan 04, 2020

Raise left door by shimming under on hinge pin or bend hinge up be careful

Dometic... | Answered on Nov 23, 2019

yes 12 volts needed for control board try multiple batteries or 6 volt batteries in series and parallel they will last longer

Dometic... | Answered on Nov 23, 2019

Have you checked the internal temperature. F1 is usually warm conditions.

Dometic... | Answered on Oct 05, 2019

Hi, on one end of the shelf is a white plastic sleeve, you have to pull that flat to the shelf which releases the edge from the body of the fridge, then tilt the shelf up & slide it out at an angle, we tour our caravan to, my hubby hated trying to reassemble ours after I scrubbed it all, he had walked away & said I can't fathom it, it drove him crazy for half hour before I realised what he was doing & showed him how, it's a stiff thing to do, but once you've worked out how, its ok, I know it's frustrating we didn't have the hand book for ours either ??

Dometic... | Answered on Sep 25, 2019

Contact the manufacturer, Absorption refrigeration is an infrequently used alternative to compression refrigeration. Absorption refrigerators use a solution of ammonia and water as refrigerant fluid. A gas flame heats the ammonia and provides the energy that drives the cooling process. These models are generally very simple and have few moving parts. This is a very straightforward process. There are three main principles behind proper operation of an absorption refrigerator. Place the refrigerator on a level surface. Make sure that it is adequately ventilated. Check that the correct heat is being applied in the boiler. As long as there are no leaks, this should be enough for the refrigerator to work properly.

Dometic... | Answered on Jul 23, 2019

If ur fuse keeps blowing check ur power inverter. Sounds like its throwing more than 12 at it. Does it work in lp mode?

Dometic... | Answered on Jun 13, 2019

That fridge has 2 elements. A 12v and mains 240v/120v. Sounds like the mains element or the fuse has blown. The fuse box is in behind the fridge at the bottom. Follow the power cord to the box. There should be 3 fuses. Check them all. Using a multimeter, check the readings of both elements. Google " Dometic Service manual DM2652 pdf" and page 11 should help you.

Dometic... | Answered on Jun 12, 2019

Could be control board, could be breaker. You need to look on line for your ice maker and look for parts.

Dometic... | Answered on Jun 06, 2019

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