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Old 09-29-2017, 11:13 AM   #15
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It's great to know you can get help when you need it. Again thank you
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Need a little help this morning I have no 12 volts to motherboard for the refrigerator norcold 1200 checked all breakers and are ok
Is there a another fuse some where
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I was in the process of trading our 2006 Itasca Ellipse. Our Norcold went dead due to a fault in an overheat sensor. It was a recall issue with Norcold, which sent parts and pd for labor by our shop. Could this be your issue?
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I was in the process of trading our 2006 Itasca Ellipse. Our Norcold went dead due to a fault in an overheat sensor. It was a recall issue with Norcold, which sent parts and pd for labor by our shop. Could this be your issue?


The breaker was the problem
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