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Old 05-21-2018, 04:33 PM   #1
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Norcold fridge...N641...lookin for 30 amp fuse

I have a 1999 GB Pursuit. Fuse is not by DC panel by converter. Is the fuse under front hood? 30 amp metal box fuse??

5 amp fuse is on electronic panel on exterior fridge access area...I saw that one......

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What's wrong with the fridge?
No power to the control panel ?
No power at the main 12 volt hook up ?
Is there a recall box installed ?
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What 30A Fuse are you looking for?


If it is for the DC Heater Element it is on the lower circuit board (if you have a 3-way fridge)


Lower circuit board
Far left side (F3) is a Glass 5A fuse...AC Heater Element circuit
Right side (F1) is a 'auto type' 5A fuse....DC Power for controls and propane

Just to left of F1 is where the 30A Fuse would be located. Above the multi-pin connector


No other 30A Fuses associated with the fridge
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Old 05-22-2018, 09:38 AM   #4
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Hi ! Welcome to IRV2! We're sure glad you joined the gang!

Old Biscuit gave you good advice!

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What 30A Fuse are you looking for?


If it is for the DC Heater Element it is on the lower circuit board (if you have a 3-way fridge)


Lower circuit board
Far left side (F3) is a Glass 5A fuse...AC Heater Element circuit
Right side (F1) is a 'auto type' 5A fuse....DC Power for controls and propane

Just to left of F1 is where the 30A Fuse would be located. Above the multi-pin connector


No other 30A Fuses associated with the fridge
Hey....its a 2 way fridge. Depress on button on door....no light up. Was showinf the poopy NOCO code a few days ago. I disconnected DC and AC and lines to gas valve...never jumpered it. Put all back and now no lights go when on button depressed...
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Had famous NOCO error.....disconnected DC and AC power and lines to gas valve....never did jumper......now depress o button and no lights....got 120 volts to AC outlet in exterior panel.
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Had famous NOCO error.....disconnected DC and AC power and lines to gas valve....never did jumper......now depress o button and no lights....got 120 volts to AC outlet in exterior panel.

2 Way fridge only has the 5A (glass) fuse for the 120V AC circuit and the 5A (auto) fuse for the DC circuits


Lights, display, controls etc are DC


Check the 5a Fuse on right section of circuit board....replace if blown


And then follow the 'No Co' directions in the following link to reset your fridge
(provided cooling unit is good)


https://bryantrv.com/docs2/docs/newreset2.pdf
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