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Old 09-14-2007, 07:37 AM   #21
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Last Sunday we had our rv washed. Just as they finished washing the right side of the rv our refrigerator quit working, no dc power. We removed the control board from the back of the refrigerator and dried it out with a hair dryer. Replaced it, the refrigerator showed dc power and started right up.

Next time we wash or have someone else wash our rv, we'll make sure not to spray water up the refrigerator vent.
Bob, Vicki & Lilly
03 Foretravel U320, 08 CRV
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