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Old 04-28-2013, 09:38 AM   #1
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Electrical question?

I have a 1975 20' Coachmen Cadet XL TT and assume that the cabin lighting is not tied into the converter when hard lined to 110/125v power source? I also have a 3way refrigerator that doesn't respond in any setting, where might I look first to problem solve?
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I have a 1975 20' Coachmen Cadet XL TT and assume that the cabin lighting is not tied into the converter when hard lined to 110/125v power source? I also have a 3way refrigerator that doesn't respond in any setting, where might I look first to problem solve?
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Usually all 12 volts items work thru the converter. The Fridge on newer models need 12 volts to run. I had a 1973 MH that did not. Check and see if your fridge has a operations board, obvious if you open up the outside door. If it does not, you should be able to put it on gas.

Most inside lights are 12 volts DC. They will work off the converter or your 12 volt battery.
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This may help.....How to Troubleshoot and Repair RV Refrigeration Systems - Yahoo! Voices - voices.yahoo.com
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