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Old 12-07-2018, 01:39 PM   #1
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new here ,have 2018 View,24D. I have refrigerator problems,DE0061, and need help with fix on not staying cold and not running.
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Old 12-07-2018, 01:58 PM   #2
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Does it work or not work on electric or propane?
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Old 12-07-2018, 02:09 PM   #3
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We really need more specifics on when/how it fails like on one or the other, all the time or only when it is first fired.
Part of the confusion may be the tendency of propane frigs to develop "air bubbles?? when they have been down for a time. This can make them light and then go out after a bit and you may need to relight it a couple times to work the air out.
I put the ?? after air bubbles because I see no way air gets in when the propane tank is full and left on but that is the best theory I've got for the way it acts.
So what's the little thing doing to you?
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Old 12-07-2018, 02:19 PM   #4
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Fridge, is 12volt,120v. plugged to shore power cools ,80,degrees ambient, will cool ,then shut of ,light on ,freezer pan froze 40 degrees in main box. sets for a bit, maybe an hour, recheck, freezer moisture water ,main box 50 and rising. Start generator ,,same senario unplug from shore power using 12 volts,,,fridge cools ,same let stand for a couple of hours cold food placed inside of fridge cold,, unable to hear fan recheck fridge,, freezer starting to thaw, main box starting to warm from 40 degrees. Unit has solar panels, batteries at full charge ,sunny day.
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Old 12-07-2018, 02:42 PM   #5
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Ok, I see I was totally chasing the wrong dog! No propane, no propane problems.
Moving on, if the frig cools to shut off and then warms too far before coming on, I might loot at it as a frig control problem and that can be a small item called a thermister. Thermal resister?
These can sometimes be found as a small lender probe item seen in between a couple of the fins in the cooling section. No guarantees and all that but it "could" be this part is bad.
It is a resister which varies as it warms/cools and feeds a signal back to a board. I have changed them and it is has not been bad but there is the risk of guessing at the wrong item. Ummm? You've heard how much free advise is worth?
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Ok, I see I was totally chasing the wrong dog! No propane, no propane problems.
Moving on, if the frig cools to shut off and then warms too far before coming on, I might loot at it as a frig control problem and that can be a small item called a thermister. Thermal resister?
These can sometimes be found as a small lender probe item seen in between a couple of the fins in the cooling section. No guarantees and all that but it "could" be this part is bad.
It is a resister which varies as it warms/cools and feeds a signal back to a board. I have changed them and it is has not been bad but there is the risk of guessing at the wrong item. Ummm? You've heard how much free advise is worth?
On some Norcold propane/12 volt units the thermistor can be moved 'up or down' (left or right) on the cooling fin stack and affect the maintained temperature.
From the factory it comes attached to the 7th fin from the right.
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