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Old 07-19-2011, 05:43 PM   #1
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Norcold Fan Cycling, then stopped

We're headed out to an FMCA rally tomorrow and started packing the coach today. After turning the fridge on, we could hear the fan starting and stopping, over and over. It would only stay on for 1-2 seconds. We turned the fridge off, waited 10 minutes, and turned it back on. Now, there's no sound of the fan at all.

It's been on LP for about 5.5 hours and has cooled from 84 down to 50 in the fridge and 16 in the freezer. So it IS cooling, but I'm just wondering about that fan. We usually hear it on a hot day like today. The thing that worries me is the way it was constantly cycling very quickly, and now it's not on at all. Is there anything we can check? Don't suppose there's a fuse for the fan. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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Shouldn't of turned it of now, should ya. What kind ya got. 1200lrim? There are two fans on top. Snap switch on back turns it on and off. How hot out is it. Mine cycles fast sometimes. I have the manuals on the 1200 if you need it if that's what you have. Let us know what kind and model and we'll try to help. If you can get by until you get to the rally someone there could help you I'm sure.
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