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Old 07-02-2017, 11:07 AM   #1
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Newbe to the RV world, I am sorry if I make you mad?? Don't mean to but am just trying to gain knowledge. I bought a 2000 Tif with very few manuals. Right now an issue with frige\freezer. Was working when bought but now indicator lights not on? I can not find a step by step to trouble shoot.


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If you use Google to search for your refrigerator {make}{model} followed by the word {manual} or {service} you'll most likely find the documentation you seek. This goes for all the other systems in your RV. The owner's manual to an RV is mostly useless, very little specific information for your particular rig. Go through the RV from top to bottom, checking each closet, cabinet, compartment, noting make and model, perhaps fuses or circuit breakers when found, and then sit down with a good internet connection and Google. You'll find most everything is available online, you can download or bookmark everything of value.

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Old 07-02-2017, 12:13 PM   #3
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Hi Ted,

You don't say what refrigerator you have, but Bryant RV has a good many of service manuals available on their website HERE. Hopefully, you can find your model.
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Sounds like you need to find a local rv tech. Dave
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Old 07-03-2017, 07:47 AM   #5
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thanks for the responses, I will see what I can find on the net.

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The refrigerator requires 12v to operate. Make sure your battery isolation relay is on and you're getting 12v in the RV. Your house fuse panel should have a fuse for the refrigerator. If you go outside and remove the vented hatch behind the refrigerator, you'll find a control board with 12v wires coming to it. Check for 12v at the control board. There also is usually a fuse on the control board. There also may be 120v power on the control board, unplug shore cord before poking around.

There's a lot an owner can do themselves before calling an RV serviceman.
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I have found that 50% of my component problems are solved by resetting the 12volt disconnect switch by the front door. I have a SIL who can't walk out the door without touching the control panel and turning off the 12v switch. I've learned to check it every time they visit.
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Thanks all, I found a wiring diag, I will have a buddy look at it.

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