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Old 08-09-2015, 09:05 AM   #1
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n on refrigerator display

After sitting on side of the road with one wheel/tire off and camper really not level, the "n of death" is displayed, is this something I can correct myself? Or does anyone know how much the repair is?
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Which refrigerator do you have? Model and serial number. Many times it is something you can reset yourself.
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Here is a reference to the "n" code on a Norcold.

https://bryantrv.com/docs2/docs/newreset2.pdf
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Which refrigerator do you have? Model and serial number. Many times it is something you can reset yourself.
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Here is the service manual:
http://bryantrv.com/docs2/docs/n5051.pdf

Look on page 20
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Of course, my panel is different
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I had the exact same thing happen to me. Your fridge went past 6 degrees for longer than specs say. Your propane feed was shut off. Upon restart your fridge could not get power. After 3 tries it gives you the N. Means No. Your owners manual will say take it to a dealer. But you don't have to. There are two resets. one involves removing wires on the back through the access hatch. This is called a hard reset. If you elect to try This route be very careful. If you touch the wrong wire to the wrong lead you will fry the electrical board...$$$$. The other one is listed in the service manual already posted. It is a process but is easy. It involves only your display panel inside. Its called a soft reset. If the exact link is not for your model, do a search on the bryantrv website. Good chance he Has your model there somewhere. I reset mine in about 5 minutes this way. Unfortunately I do not have access to the service manual right now (I printed it) But that is the website where I found it after being lead there by this forum. Good luck
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I had the exact same thing happen to me. Your fridge went past 6 degrees for longer than specs say. Your propane feed was shut off. Upon restart your fridge could not get power. After 3 tries it gives you the N. Means No. Your owners manual will say take it to a dealer. But you don't have to. There are two resets. one involves removing wires on the back through the access hatch. This is called a hard reset. If you elect to try This route be very careful. If you touch the wrong wire to the wrong lead you will fry the electrical board...$$$$. The other one is listed in the service manual already posted. It is a process but is easy. It involves only your display panel inside. Its called a soft reset. If the exact link is not for your model, do a search on the bryantrv website. Good chance he Has your model there somewhere. I reset mine in about 5 minutes this way. Unfortunately I do not have access to the service manual right now (I printed it) But that is the website where I found it after being lead there by this forum. Good luck

Are you saying that had the propane been turned in, even though the tt was off-kilter, this fridge error would not have happened?

( just checking for possible future preventative measures)
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Probably still would have happened due to being out of level and the fridge didn't like that. Weather being on AC, LP, or 12v. I've had to do the hard reset a few times over the last 5 yrs to clear that fault and get the cooling to resume.
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