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Old 01-21-2023, 10:12 AM   #1
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Fridge stopped working after breaker tripped

Just recently i ran into an issue the fridge. The shore breaker tripped, i reset the breaker and the fridge doesn't work. The auto light is on so im assuming i have power. It worked on propane until I ran out. So for now I bought a mini fridge.
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Fridge showing “Auto” means it still has 12vdc - but it doesn’t tell you if it has 120vac, and if on shore power, fridge should stay cold from electric heat strip.

Check all breakers in electrical bay. If you have not inspected inside the breaker panel lately, disconnect shore power, remove the cover, and check all breaker, neutral, and ground buss screw clamps are tight.

What caused the shore power breaker to trip, and what amp service are you on?
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Without knowing the brand and model, I can only suggest checking the 120VAC fuse on the control board, I think it is 5A.
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