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Old 09-21-2018, 10:07 AM   #21
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Mine quit working every time I had the fantastic fan turned on over the table in the kitchen (my RV is a 2018 3820FK Montana). Turn the fan off and push the button and it should turn on or go outside and unplug the refrigerator from the 110 and then plug it back in. Hope this helps.
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Old 09-22-2018, 09:19 AM   #22
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Thank you but no luck. I think it is as sick as the rest of this trailer.
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Old 09-22-2018, 09:30 AM   #23
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The dealership down here Tacoma, told me they had to rewire my circuit to take the Norcold refer out of the fan circuit. Before I knew it was a fan problem, I would go outside and power down the entire unit to include the batteries, pull the ac plug of the refer and an additional connector and did a computer type reboot with the power. It would come back up and work fine, that is until I inadvertently used the exhaust fans for air flow while we were away.
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Old 10-01-2018, 12:49 PM   #24
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The dealership down here Tacoma, told me they had to rewire my circuit to take the Norcold refer out of the fan circuit. Before I knew it was a fan problem, I would go outside and power down the entire unit to include the batteries, pull the ac plug of the refer and an additional connector and did a computer type reboot with the power. It would come back up and work fine, that is until I inadvertently used the exhaust fans for air flow while we were away.
I am trying to find out what was done to rewire the circuit. I have a 2016 3820FK and the fridge is shutting off with a code of "lo dc". This has happened at least twice in the last couple weeks. I believe the fan in the kitchen has been on each time.
I mentioned this "internal bulletin" to my dealer and they suggested calling Keystone. I then called Keystone Customer Service, but they don't show recalls/bulletins for my VIN. We are in this full time and I would rather take care of it myself than drive 3 hours to my dealer and wait for them to figure it out.

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Old 10-01-2018, 03:57 PM   #25
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Brett, The repair as stated on my Job Order; "Correction-had to drop the belly and run a power wire from the power panel to the refer. after running the wire, tested the refer. Put the belly back together.--CHECKS GOOD AT THIS TIME" March 2017.
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Old 10-01-2018, 04:35 PM   #26
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Refer circuit problem

The dealership, Bretz RV in Missoula MT, sent Don out to do the rewire. He apparently wired it into the circuit for the electronic shade, because now those two don't work at the same time. But I can deal with that. So try calling Don in the service department, older gentleman who's been there a long time , (but never has seen this problem, hmmm). I bet he'd share his experience. If you call him and need to remind him who I am, tell him he came out to Canyon Ferry Lake to do my repairs this past Spring.

QUOTE=77fixer;1118311]I am trying to find out what was done to rewire the circuit. I have a 2016 3820FK and the fridge is shutting off with a code of "lo dc". This has happened at least twice in the last couple weeks. I believe the fan in the kitchen has been on each time.
I mentioned this "internal bulletin" to my dealer and they suggested calling Keystone. I then called Keystone Customer Service, but they don't show recalls/bulletins for my VIN. We are in this full time and I would rather take care of it myself than drive 3 hours to my dealer and wait for them to figure it out.

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Brett[/QUOTE]
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Old 10-02-2018, 11:03 AM   #27
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Dusters and MG, thanks for the help. I'll talk to my dealer, Bretz-Boise, but will probably have to take this on myself.

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