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RE: Norcold Refrigerator Carbon Buildup on Flame Probe

Thank you that was a great article with illustrations on an RV fridge. Illustration looks quite similar to my norcold burner/flu setup. Still getting a buildup on the flame meter probe even after correcting the WC pressure to 11. Next step was to try addressing any blockage in the flue tube. Was unable to get the cap off the flue tube. Ended up rapping on the tube at the top and bottom to try and free up any buildup. Then blew a little compressed air down the top of the flue pipe with the burner vents covered. Really didn't seem to get any residue out of there. When I get to permanent shore power and am running on electric again, I will wrestle with getting that flue tube cap off and figure out how to remove that baffle. Not much clearance in that workspace as it is down below eye level unfortunately. Will report back on what I found. Thanks. -Ken
KenS999 05/03/23 03:58pm Tech Issues
RE: Norcold Refrigerator Carbon Buildup on Flame Probe

WC pressure was at 12 inches, so I turned it down to 11. I will monitor it now and see if I continue to get carbon build up on the flame meter probe. Thanks.
KenS999 04/25/23 09:40am Tech Issues
RE: Norcold Refrigerator Carbon Buildup on Flame Probe

Question, can I blow compressed air up the exhaust flue to clean it? My flue does not go up to the roof but exhausts out a upper vent. It's only about two and a half feet long but not sure how to disassemble it. Would rather not if I don't have to. Thanks.
KenS999 04/23/23 01:00pm Tech Issues
RE: Norcold Refrigerator Carbon Buildup on Flame Probe

Thank you.
KenS999 04/23/23 12:20pm Tech Issues
RE: Norcold Refrigerator Carbon Buildup on Flame Probe

"Make sure your flame is not yellow, lastly adjust your flame fuel screw if everything else is clear." Thanks. Flame is blue. Where is this fuel screw that you mentioned located at? Burner tube/orifice is a single piece, and brand new. Ken
KenS999 04/23/23 12:35am Tech Issues
Norcold Refrigerator Carbon Buildup on Flame Probe

Hello I have a Norcold N306RM8 in my 2017 Forest River Cherokee Wolf Pup. Seem to be plagued by carbon boogers building up on the flame probe running on LP. What causes them? Replaced the burner tube/orifice about a year ago. Recently replaced New Flame probe as it was burned up. Today replaced burner tube / orifice again with a new one to see if that corrects the issue. It seems when there is carbon build up on flame probe the refrigerator does not cool as effectively while running on LP. Thank you, Ken
KenS999 04/20/23 05:55pm Tech Issues
RE: Norcold Refrigerator Issue

Thank you for the advice and info. Ken
KenS999 03/25/23 10:54pm Tech Issues
Norcold Refrigerator Issue

Hello I have a norcold refrigerator #N306RM8. What is the purpose and function of the flame meter on the refrigerator face? I noticed that the flame meter needle has moved out of the green zone where it used to stay when the refrigerator burner is running on lp. It also appears that the burner intensity dial if set below medium will cause the burner flame to drop out and I get the audible gas solenoid click. Has anyone experienced these issues and how to correct them? Thanks, Ken
KenS999 03/25/23 09:12am Tech Issues
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