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Old 09-05-2014, 01:42 PM   #1
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norcold 1200 fridge not working

Help>>the ice maker not working>>changed icemaker valve now no power to fridge. the red light is not on. It has the Amish coling unit in it. checked all fuses all ok. After I put the icemaker valve in the fridge was working but not the ice maker. went away for a hour, came back and the fridge was off. any sugestions?????
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Does your fridge run off the inverter or a gfi outlet ?
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It pluged into 120 shore power, so it could be gfi I guess. will check it.
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Is the fridge set on AUTO so if it went off on electric would switch over to gas.
Did you mix up the plugs for AC operation of fridge which only feeds the electric elements, because control works off 12v DC, there can be a GFI on one of the outlets plus the other 1/2 of full outlet maybe wired to inverter in coach for ice maker.
If you have the black box with red led its not needed with the Amish cooling unit.
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