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Old 05-03-2016, 06:53 PM   #1
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About to Leave! Little Green Light at Fuse Panel Not Flashing

We are packing up to leave for a few days tomorrow and the fridge is not cooling. Trying to trouble shoot and noticed the little light is not flashing by the fuses like I think it is supposed to. Plugged in at home. Battery should be full as it has been on a tender since our last trip.

Fuses are good, breakers are on. What could be wrong?

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Also, propane full and hooked up. Neither the auto nor check lights on fridge are illuminated.

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Old 05-03-2016, 07:22 PM   #3
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Check the 12v fuse for the fridge in your converter / panel. Even if you have 110v power available, the fridge won't function without 12v power.

Well, crud, now that I take the time to re-read what you first posted, you mentioned that you've already checked the fuses. Is the fridge turning on (light inside is on, able to switch between gas / AC, etc)?
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Check the 12v fuse for the fridge in your converter / panel. Even if you have 110v power available, the fridge won't function without 12v power.

Well, crud, now that I take the time to re-read what you first posted, you mentioned that you've already checked the fuses. Is the fridge turning on (light inside is on, able to switch between gas / AC, etc)?
There doesn't appear to be power to fridge. Light inside is actually NOT on. No lights are on on the outside either. It is confusing but only light on outside is on when on auto but no lights supposed to be on when switched to gas only.

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Okay, think I fixed it. Apparently there are TWO fuses to the fridge. One green 30 amp and a smaller blue 15 amp at bottom which was blown. Little green light infuse panel still not blinking though. Hmmm....Don't know how much that matters.

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It sounds like the you are getting some sort of response when you push the mode button (green light on auto?). Does your fridge have a display and, if so, are any codes showing, or is it blank?
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Okay, think I fixed it. Apparently there are TWO fuses to the fridge. One green 30 amp and a smaller blue 15 amp at bottom which was blown. Little green light infuse panel still not blinking though. Hmmm....Don't know how much that matters.

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Ahh, ok. The 30 amp should be the connection between the 110v and 12v sides. The 15 amp fuse should be for the 12v fridge line.

The blinking green light you are referring to - is it on the converter itself (i.e. with the breakers and fuses)? If so, that's likely your battery charging indicator.
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Our fridge must be a very basic model. No display. Fridge appears good now as light on inside is on and auto light on outside is now on as well.

Little green light is in fuse panel. It is called the "charge wizard."

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Yep, that's your house battery charger. If you're plugged in (and have batteries connected), it should be blinking - frequency of the blink depends on the charge state of the batteries.

Glad the fridge is working - tough to camp without one! Have a great trip!
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Ahh, ok. The 30 amp should be the connection between the 110v and 12v sides. The 15 amp fuse should be for the 12v fridge line.

The blinking green light you are referring to - is it on the converter itself (i.e. with the breakers and fuses)? If so, that's likely your battery charging indicator.
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