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Hi what is the model number of the refrigerator? Located on a data sticker inside the refer box, thanks
Thank you, ***** ***** a European model, that I am not familiar with, I will opt out and allow another expert to assist you, thank you for your patience.... Michael
Do you have the Owner's Manual for this? And is the fridge level? You can't operate this out of level.
I am attaching a copy of the Diagnostic Manual which covers this model. Print it out so you have it. I think from what you said that this indicates an LED failure. I can give Dometic Technical a call in the morning and ask for a clarification for you. http://www.caravanfridges.co.uk/pdf-manuals/rm-rms-rml-operation-manual.pdf
There are two versions of this. I need your Product Number off the data tag. It should start with "921..." or "936..." and there should have been another symbol flashing besides the triangle. That would tell you where the fault is. If it was the "flame" symbol, then it is in the LP system someplace. If it was the "plug" symbol it would be in the AC side someplace. Then it is a matter of tracing it down. Also keep in mind that you will get this if the AC incoming voltage is too low......below 95 VAC or the incoming DC voltage is too low.....below 10.5 VDC. Hope that helps. Let me know if you need more later. I will be out until later this afternoon, California time.
I live up near the Oregon border near Mt Shasta. So far as the fridge........have the LP pressure checked at the tank regulator at least once a year and keep it (them) full. The battery that you have in the RV powers up the fridge as well for any DC uses. It may just be low and need to be plugged back in so it can charge up OR may need replacing if it is over 3 years old. You can have it load tested and be sure. Most places that sell batteries can do this for you. You can also check the charging rate if you have a small digital multimeter like most hardware stores sell for around $20 or so. Easy to use. A good converter puts out about 13.7 VDC. Hope that proves helpful.
Just so you know..........most fridges are on GFCI circuits and we usually think the customer has done all the usual things in checking. Sometimes, that just goes right over everyone's head! And yes.........great country here. Be safe.