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Old 02-19-2005, 01:23 PM   #1
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the frige is not working in electric mode.alreadychecked the fuse right there.red.it was good the breaker panelall was on what else could it be? it works fine in propane mode. there is power to the outlet thats in the compartment
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the frige is not working in electric mode.alreadychecked the fuse right there.red.it was good the breaker panelall was on what else could it be? it works fine in propane mode. there is power to the outlet thats in the compartment
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You may not be getting power through the board on the ref. or the heating element may be bad. If you are comfortable with electricity you can check to see if the heating element is getting 120 volts. The heater has two wires that come from above the burner area over to the board. If you do have power going to the element and it does not get hot, it is bad.
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Another sneaky thing is: wires on the back of the thermostat can vibrate and break. So making an open circuit.

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