Originally Posted by ranchosinvacas
The Norcold N302R in my 2014 145RB works well on LP/Propane.
I can't seem to get it to work on 120V.
I know that patience is required for the unit to function on AC.
The manual I received with the TT is for an entirely different unit and offers no info for AC operation.
The mode switch on the upper right for the unit has 4 positions.
As follows; from right to left: Off, LP, Electric, and an additional unmarked position without any indication of what it is. So...Which position should the switch be in to run on electric? (Shore power)
The 120v outlet on the back side that is accessable from outside does indeed have 120V and the refrigerator is plugged in correctly.
How do I get it to work on shore power AC?
The unmarked position is probably BATTERY. My norcold (184 BH) is a 3 way - LP, Battery, 120V.
In 120V mode, it takes a LONG time to cool down - like 8-10hrs. I usually turn it on the night before I leave on a camping trip so that its ready on the day of.
You'll know its working after an hour or so if you put your hand on the exterior vent - you'll feel the warmth.