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Old 05-08-2010, 11:50 AM   #1
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Hello, my name is Rob. I'm a moderator over on a sister forum (Wrangler Forum) and just bought an RV. Its a small 5th wheel. 1995, 21ft Shadow Chaser. All was well when I bought it and 2 days later I am having trouble with the refer...........go figure. I'll post my problems later if I can't find what I am after.
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Welcome to the iRV2 world. Hope you your answer & is a easy fix.
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4point, welcome to iRV2. Tell us the model of the frig and what it is doing or not doing.

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I think just about every appliance in an RV has a little twist to it vs the home version of the appliance. As far as fridge's go, the unit must be relatively level or the fridge won't get cold.
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Welcome Rob,
May your problem be small and easily fixed. May you get a lot of trouble free enjoyment out of your 5'ver.
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Rob, welcome to our forum. Does your fridge do the same thing on gas and electric? Explain what it does or doesn't do and someone will help. Hopefully will be something simple and an easy fix. John H...
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Old 05-08-2010, 10:06 PM   #7
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Thanks for the welcomes everyone.

The fridge is a Dometic 2611. Its in a 1995 trailer. Its a gas/120V (2 way) model. Its level and works most of the time in gas mode but is not sensing 120V when its present. It will not run on electricity. I'm guess from what I have found that its the control board. It looks like the Dino unit is needed.(?) Please let me know if this sounds right to you guys.
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