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Old 07-20-2015, 09:31 AM   #1
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Dometic fridge Check light

Hello Campers. We're having issues with the Check Light on our Dometic NDR 1292. I replaced the thermal couple but no joy. It does it (check light) intermittently and may run ok for a few hours/days, and then the check light comes on. It seems to do better while stationary, but not all the time. The voltage measured at the thermocouple with a nice blue flame is 24.8-25.3 (per spec). Once while troubleshooting, I notice it wasn't getting propane. Tapping on the propane on/off solenoid produced brief flame outs, so I suspect a problem with the valve itself. The propane on/off valve appears to be inside the propane plumping adjacent to the nozzle. I'm getting 12 volts to the solenoid "magnet", but I'm not sure the on/off valve is moving freely. Has Anyone ever disassembled this valve? Or does anyone have any other ideas? TIA

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On my Dometic there was an igniter and a thermocouple. I thought they were combined like the water heater but not so. The thermocouple which is behind the igniter had some crud on it that was acting like an insulator. Removing the crud with a flat heat screwdriver fixed the check light problem.
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