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Old 10-14-2020, 10:13 AM   #1
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Dometic RM2193 Fridge Burner removal

I need to clean the gas jet and can't get the burner out. I have removed the gas fitting of the tube to the burner and the one SS screw attaching the burner to the flu but can't budge the burner. I have looked at the diagrams and can't see any thing else holding it in place. HELP!

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Is the screw in the yellow circle the one you've got out?

Does your burner look exactly like this ?
If not can you post a picture .
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And BTW to Old Biscuit, I found that even on high the flame was TINY. My bad for not checking before. and thus the reason I got into the high 30's with both gas and DC on!! DC working good. AC working great.
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See Pg 11 for burner/orifice/flue cleaning
https://www.dometic.com/assets/17/49...nual_51749.pdf

Disconnect the spark electrode wire, gas supply line then drop burner can DOWN. Carefully pull towards you after clearing bottom of flue then remove thermocouple
*loosen bracket screw and slide thermocouple out
** Pg 11 has a good exploded view but is lacking in real description/instructions


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Old 10-14-2020, 12:32 PM   #6
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Exactly. I found this out "the hard way". It appears the burner is actually "clamped" in, it has no intention of sliding.
Thanks again for the help. You guys are great, especially for old farts like me that don't have the patience to do these kind of things any more!! LOL
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Just a note of THANKS for your help. Now CHILLIN' WITH GAS.
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Just a note of THANKS for your help. Now CHILLIN' WITH GAS.
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