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Old 07-10-2018, 06:07 PM   #1
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Does anyone know where the breaker is for the dometic stock 2005 frig? Ive confirmed the ac outlet under the outside cover is dead.
All suggestions are appreciated!

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Old 07-10-2018, 06:59 PM   #2
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On our 2005, breakers and fuses were collocated in a fuse panel on the right side by the stairs. Breaker for the frig was clearly marked behind the panel cover.
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I would have assumed that as well, in my case there is none. I reset every breaker just to cya, even checked most of the low voltage. There has to be a relay to sense AC and turn that outlet on and the gas off. Unless it’s in the fridge itself..
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I would have assumed that as well, in my case there is none. I reset every breaker just to cya, even checked most of the low voltage. There has to be a relay to sense AC and turn that outlet on and the gas off. Unless it’s in the fridge itself..
The function to sense a/c presence is on the control board. On my 2006 the outlet is always hot when plugged in to shore power. Designated as "refrig" in the breaker box. Some times those outlets just go bad. Test the wire. If it is in fact dead you can put a toner on the two conductors and try to trace them with an amplifier. If the frig is in a slide there will be a junction box under that slide. Check there for loose connections.
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Check the GFI
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Old 07-11-2018, 08:24 AM   #6
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If no junction box under the slide, then the connection will be in the very rear back corner of the trailer, coming in from the bottom you should be able to trace two Rome lines, one 14 gauge for fridge and one 12 gauge for the microwave. Wiring on my trailer runs along inside bottom of slide wall behind an easily removable carpet covered board. Wiring should have transitioned from normal Rome to flexible stranded wire there and back to Rome once inside the frame of the trailer.
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I pulled the panel below the fridge inside, kc jolly ,, where is the GFI ? I do see a junction box. Ill see if I can get to it. Thanks guys
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Thanks KC,, where is your GFI located ?
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It,s in the wall plug in the kitchen area on my2004
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Thanks KC,, where is your GFI located ?
Found it! Its the gfi in the kitchen, also runs the ceiling fan in the living room,,

Thanks for the fix! Still no breaker for the fridge which is strange ...
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