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RE: Refridgerator is acting bizarre

You're right lol we should've checked. We replaced the circuit board and now we have no power at all. no lights . nothing
randompanda 12/12/20 04:03pm Tech Issues
RE: Refridgerator is acting bizarre

In case someone else has this problem I wanted to put the solution. We purchased a 2nd thermistor and now it's running fine, which means the 1st thermistor we bought was faulty.
randompanda 12/04/20 11:07am Tech Issues
RE: Refridgerator is acting bizarre

I'm in the same place I was the last 2 winters and never had this problem. I've had this rv 4 years and even in Colorado in worse cold weather so something broke recently. I'd like to replace the part. Thank everyone for trying :)
randompanda 11/30/20 04:03pm Tech Issues
RE: Refridgerator is acting bizarre

Ok I figured out the issue more. The fridge is shutting off when it gets below freezing at night. As soon we use the heat gun to warm up the back of the fridge it turns right back on. So something isn't keeping the back of my fridge warm. Does anyone know what part that is? Is it the heating element causing this?
randompanda 11/30/20 01:24pm Tech Issues
RE: Refridgerator is acting bizarre

The fridge light has been only coming on at night and in the morning we could get it back on but today it's not coming back on. Everything is defrosting
randompanda 11/30/20 10:29am Tech Issues
RE: Refridgerator is acting bizarre

is there a way to test the circuit board?
randompanda 11/30/20 10:23am Tech Issues
RE: Refridgerator is acting bizarre

The circuit board is on the opposite side so it didn't get wet
randompanda 11/29/20 06:12pm Tech Issues
RE: Refridgerator is acting bizarre

We are outside now using a heat gun on low to dry this out. Maybe it didn't get dry enough the first time. We've had this rig for about 4 years now and I don't think the gas ever worked on the fridge so it's always been on auto. I did notice though that our stuff wasn't warm in the fridge so the check light isn't turning the power off. I just don't understand why all of the sudden it's doing it. All we did was replace the thermistor. We can't try putting the old one back in because my son had to cut the wire to get it out.
randompanda 11/29/20 03:04pm Tech Issues
RE: Refridgerator is acting bizarre

we use it on electric. We are in Arizona so we have only been using a tiny plug in heater
randompanda 11/29/20 12:41pm Tech Issues
RE: Refridgerator is acting bizarre

Thank you for such a quick response! The model # is RM2652. Thankfully the board didn't get wet. We've tightened everything and it's working now but the check light will most likely come back on again. Seems to turn on during the night
randompanda 11/29/20 12:22pm Tech Issues
Refridgerator is acting bizarre

We're having an issue with our Dometic fridge and I'm at a loss on what to do. Hoping someone on here has experienced this and can help. Out of the blue the fridge started freezing the food in the fridge not the freezer so we bought a new thermistor. The fridge stopped freezing but the check light came on next morning. Found out the hose in back broke and water went everywhere. We dried it up and put new hose and the check light went off and everything was fine again for the next 24 hours. Next morning, check light is back on. Went outside and there's no water. wiggled some parts around and now the check light is back off. Does anyone know what is happening? :( Thanks in advance!
randompanda 11/29/20 11:28am Tech Issues
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