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Old 05-04-2021, 08:17 AM   #15
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Does anyone know what the proper temperature of the boiler unit in a Dometic Rm2452 Refrig? Mine keeps tripping the thermal circuit breaker at about 220 Deg. which shuts down the Refrig.
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Over the years I have had issues cooling with propane a few times. Problem has always been a dirty burner or dirty orifice. So when it's not working right. First thing I do is pull the burner an orifice. Start soaking the orifice in denatured alcohol, while its soaking use a wire brush and compressed air on the burner to clean it up..

On propane, I have never had any other issues.
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