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Old 06-14-2015, 09:12 PM   #1
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I have an issue with the dometic rm2801 keeps tripping the gfci breaker. I plug it into the house outlet and seems to run fine. Bad gfci?
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Is the hose outlet a GFIC ?
Is the fridge the ONLY thing on the GFIC in the coach?
GFIC's in my coach control 6 outlets each.
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Its the only thing plugged in. It controls other outlets. The fridge outlet is outside in the backside of the fridge. When I unplug the fridge it seems fine, but I dont have anything plugged in. I'll plug something in that plug and see if it trips it.
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There is a fairly good chance that the GFIC, is defective , but you should do those tests before you replace it. Particularly if the other outlet you were plugging the fridge into wasn't a GFIC.
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