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2oldman

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Posted: 04/29/21 03:00pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Is anyone using a voltmeter?

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2oldman wrote:

Is anyone using a voltmeter?


Yes, and I mentioned that in my earlier post. They swapped out the brain board as well, but determined that the original was working. The fridge is doing what it's supposed to, just no power in that recep.

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Check to see if the GFCI is tripped. Sometimes the fridge outlet is on the GFCI circuit (since it's partly exposed to the outside).





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DrewE wrote:

Check to see if the GFCI is tripped. Sometimes the fridge outlet is on the GFCI circuit (since it's partly exposed to the outside).


As I said before, there is one GFI outlet in the coach and it is NOT tripped. I use it everyday.

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Dale, many youtube videos to show you how to access the AC bolts. They are all similar. Here is one as he pops off the cover.

https://youtu.be/cct1QfLiT6s

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bobndot wrote:

Dale, many youtube videos to show you how to access the AC bolts. They are all similar. Here is one as he pops off the cover.

https://youtu.be/cct1QfLiT6s


Thank you so much for that video. That is exactly the A/C cover I have and I didn't know how to get those two bolts out. I think I can do this now. I had looked for a video that showed my cover, but I never found it. Thanks again!

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A friend of mine in the camp is an electrical engineer and wanted a crack at the fridge. The outlet was faulty. You could jiggle it and it would flash power intermittently. So he went to Menard's and bought $1.87 worth of parts and installed a new outlet. He did a great job and the fridge now runs on electric and switches back and forth from gas to electric when on auto. Thanks, Roger. You saved the day!

I kept my appointment and had them address the leak, which after the rain last night, was more of a waterfall in the motorhome. They checked the gasket and it was substantial, so he snugged up the A/C and tested it with a water hose. It works great now. . . no more leaking, although he would have preferred I authorize a new roof. LOL

Back at the camp, I filled with propane only to find that the yellow cap on the fill valve had disappeared. Was there last time I filled. So off to find the part. Found it next door at the RV sales place. $3.00. Back in business.

So all is well. I even restrung my day/night shade myself. Whoo hoo!

Thanks for all your suggestions. I am glad all is fixed.

Dale

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Good news Dale.


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