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RE: Fridge issue

Thank you everyone for your suggestions. Turns out a fuse on the panel was mislabeled as a spare! The label said the fridge & furnace were on the same fuse. We got the furnace working but no fridge. Before tackling the black box, etc., we decided to check the other fuses and the one for the fridge had been labeled as a spare. Easy fix and problem solved. Thanks again.
Cougargm 10/18/20 01:01pm Tech Issues
RE: Fridge issue

I only found one GFI in the RV and that was in the bathroom. Reset that but it didn't help.
Cougargm 10/17/20 08:12pm Tech Issues
RE: Fridge issue

It's a Norcold. The Class C is 15 yrs old and I believe the fridge is as well. (not original owner). I haven't checked the voltage but it won't power on at all, as I can't even select LP or AC for the mode.
Cougargm 10/17/20 07:59pm Tech Issues
Fridge issue

We overloaded our generator and while the genny was running, nothing was working. Simply hit the reset and everything worked- except the fridge & furnace. Found a blown fuse, replaced it and the furnace worked fine. Unfortunately the fridge still isn't working. Unplugged it for awhile, hoping it would start once plugged in again, but nothing. It won't turn on at all, so I can't even pick LP mode let alone electric. Any suggestions as to what I should try or look for next? THanks in advance!
Cougargm 10/17/20 07:39pm Tech Issues
RE: The case of the disappearing gas leak

It stopped dripping when I took it to the garage (isn't that usually the case?). I put the bucket underneath and then went in the shop. When I came out the bucket was it actually stopped as I drove the 10 miles to the garage. The mechanics didn't look at it right away since the bucket was empty and when they did look underneath, they didn't find a leak. As for the amount, visibly I only saw two small drops continuously coming down from the bracket...enough to a pint in the bucket from that afternoon through the next morning. However, I'm not sure when the leak actually started. (It's parked across the street from my property) I filled it up the end of September, and ran the genny briefly once in Oct (though I didn't smell gas then). When I winterized it, the tank was down almost a quarter of a tank (about 13 gallons). Yep, it is an E series Ford.
Cougargm 12/10/19 01:11pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: The case of the disappearing gas leak

I wondered about that, Carringb, but I filled the tank the end of Sept. and it was leaking in early November. And I lost a lot of gas; wouldn't that have only burned a gallon or two?
Cougargm 12/09/19 07:18am Class C Motorhomes
The case of the disappearing gas leak

This story is a bit of a mystery. We were winterizing our 2005 Jayco Granite Ridge when I noticed a small puddle underneath the middle of the RV on the driver's side. There were two small drips coming from a bracket that were leaking gas. I can't tell what's above the brackets. I put a bucket underneath to catch the gas and had between pint and a quart the next morning. So I took it that morning to the garage and just like that- it stopped leaking. THe mechanics parked it on hills, drove it, ran the generator- and no leak. They put more gas in it, until the tank was full- and still no leak. It seems weird that a leak would stop on its own, and the garage recreated various possible scenarios that might cause it to leak. Any ideas or suggestions? Has anyone else ever had a similar experience?
Cougargm 12/08/19 10:57pm Class C Motorhomes
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