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I have RM4223RM Compact Fridge Refrigerator Refer 3-Way

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I have RM4223RM Compact Fridge Refrigerator Refer 3-Way Compact Refrigerator Trailer RV Camper. Problem with 20 amps push button tripped often. I replaced 20 amps push button. Same problem. 12 volts working good. Gas working good. Not 120 volts tripped often. 120 volts heating defected????? Matthew
Submitted: 6 months ago.
Category: Appliance
Expert:  Kelly replied 6 months ago.

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I suspect the 120 volt element may be faulty and causing the issue you are seeing. Are you able to remove the AC element and test it and inspect for any visual defects?

Customer: replied 6 months ago.
I replaced GFCI 20 amps 120 volts. Same problem with tripped often. You said you suspect the 120 volt element may be faulty and causing the issue. You said "may be" and "suspect" that mean not for sure? This is for 2002 Coleman Niagara Pop up Camper. I paid $16.00. Thank Matthew
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