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Old 06-10-2019, 10:03 AM   #1
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Reefer question

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Took possession of a 2018 Keystone Hideout. Been going through all the systems, and have a question concerning the reefer. I used the manufacturer's Owner's Manual and managed to get the reefer to work in "gas" mode. However, using the directions "point-by-point" it doesn't seem to work in electric mode. There is an image of a plug on the control panel, but it does not light up to let me know the reefer is in electric mode.

Any suggestions would be appreciated, and many thanks!
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Do you have the shore power plugged in ?
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Old 06-10-2019, 12:45 PM   #3
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Do you have the shore power plugged in ?
Some run on 12 volt propane or 120. Us everything turned on?
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Some run on 12 volt propane or 120. Us everything turned on?
The OP states there is an image of a plug on the display. My thinking is its a 120 volt plug.
12 volts would be a image of a battery, maybe.
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Better question..........


WHAT BRAND?MODEL?


That info will get some specific answers




Generic answer
Is RV plugged into a AC Power Source?
Is outlet fridge plugs into working?
Is fuse on fridge circuit board blown?
Is fridge electric element bad?
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Open the outside vent covers and look. It may not be plugged in at the back of the unit. Remember too it's not the same as a home fridge. You won't hear a compressor running.
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