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Old 08-26-2011, 11:35 AM   #1
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refrigerator light fuse?

I was changing a burned out light in the Norcold fridge and popped a fuse. Fridge still works but no power to light. Pulled off the black cover at the rear of fridge and found a 5amp fuse not blown and changed it any way. No change.
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Somewhere in your coach there is a "power center" with all the 12 volt fuses and 120 volt breakers. Check the 12 volt fuses, you should find the popped one in there.
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I do not know about Norcold. but on a Dometic the power for the light comes off the main board in the back and that is where I found the fuse. Under the cover, on the control board as I recall.
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Thanks guys, I found it.
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Thanks guys, I found it.
Where?
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I changed the fridge light (a "festoon" type bulb) to an LED. Initially, it didn't light up, but then it dawned on me that the "D" stands for diode. I switched the bulb around and it's fine.
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I do not know about Norcold. but on a Dometic the power for the light comes off the main board in the back and that is where I found the fuse. Under the cover, on the control board as I recall.
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