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Old 07-31-2013, 12:29 AM   #15
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PS - just remembered, on purchase of My RV (2006 Monaco Knight 38pdq) the Norcold Fridge was replaced with the "Amish ? " upgrade it worked Great, Even-loads of Ice from the Ice-Maker, it's been in the Low-30deg Here in the UK - So Lots of Scotch-an-Coke with Plenty of Lovely ICE, However all of a sudden "No-Ice" I've Shut it down completely to allow it to completely De-Frost for a few days, set it running on Shore-Power and Still - "No Ice" even though its been on for 3-Days or more, any TIPS ?

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Old 08-02-2013, 01:19 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by brucemcdou View Post
+1 Check the transfer switch and see if you've got melted wires inside. Make sure to disconnect shore power and turn off the generator and inverter before you take off the cover.

There was a bad set of Intellitec transfer switches used by Monaco and other manufacturers over a couple of years that have never been recalled by the manufacturer, but most RV builders have recalled and replaced for their owners. The post-bankruptcy Monaco has recalled and paid to repair but for us pre-bankruptcy Monaco owners with the same transfer switch we're on our own.

If you don't have an extended warranty the cost might be $250 - 300 plus labor, assuming nothing else is damaged.
On mine the transfer switch box is near the shore power cord reel.
Its box is plastic and I had a heck of a time getting its cover off.

Finally had to trim two of the plastic tabs (there were no bolts or screws)
before the transfer cover would come off.

Even after my little modification it is still tricky to get that damn cover off.

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