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Old 10-18-2020, 03:45 PM   #1
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Refrigerator

Age old question probably , but i have 2005 holiday rambler secpter. new refridgeraor, but no 12 volt power on my red wire, i cannot find the out side fuse. dtsrambler can someone help
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It would be helpful if you would post Brand/Model of fridge
It would be helpful if you gave a bit more info on WHICH RED wire

If fridge is an Absorption AC/LP fridge it needs 12VDC to function
That DC comes form a FUSED Source....DC Dist Panel with all the various fuses for the 'house'
Fridge should have a dedicated FUSED Source from that panel

Test Fuses......... unless it is obvious is has blown
Blown fuse means short in wires going to Fridge
*Fridge circuit board has it's own set of AC/DC Fuses
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