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Old 08-16-2014, 02:22 PM   #1
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I have a 2014 Grey Wolf TT. It has a Dometic N611VLT refrigerator. When it's turned on it automatically goes to 110v power if available or else automatically switches to LP. Is there a way to manually force it to work on LP while the TT is plugged into 110v power?
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I have a 2014 Grey Wolf TT. It has a Dometic N611VLT refrigerator. When it's turned on it automatically goes to 110v power if available or else automatically switches to LP. Is there a way to manually force it to work on LP while the TT is plugged into 110v power?
Yes, push the auto/gas button so that the auto light is "out"
The button in is auto.
The button out is gas only.
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Just turn the 110 breaker off. That's how I have to do mine
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Just turn the 110 breaker off. That's how I have to do mine
Is yours the same as pictured?

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Is yours the same as pictured?

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No, It only has one push button to turn the fridge on or off. Then it automatically chooses LP or 110v, depending on if the TT is plugged into 110v or not.
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No, It only has one push button to turn the fridge on or off. Then it automatically chooses LP or 110v, depending on if the TT is plugged into 110v or not.
What model ? Brand?

NM I see it original post.

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I have a 2014 Grey Wolf TT. It has a Dometic N611VLT refrigerator. When it's turned on it automatically goes to 110v power if available or else automatically switches to LP. Is there a way to manually force it to work on LP while the TT is plugged into 110v power?
Dometic fridges either start with a dm or an rm in the model number.

http://www.dometic.com/enus/Americas...refrigerators/

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Can you take a pic of your control panel?

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Dometic fridges either start with a dm or an rm in the model number.

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Sorry it's a Norcold. I read the wrong column on the build sheet for the TT. It's been a long day! lol Sorry for the confusion.
It's a Norcold N611VLT
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Mine is a 2015 grey wolf 21rr. Can't tell you the maker of the fridge freezer but it only has one button, on or off. It will automatically source to 110 when present instead of propane. When no 110 it will go to propane. When operating properly on 110 the light will be solid green, when propane amber, red is a problem. If the led is flashing on propane I think it means low propane
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Sorry it's a Norcold. I read the wrong column on the build sheet for the TT. It's been a long day! lol Sorry for the confusion.
It's a Norcold N611VLT
For whatever reason I cannot download a user manual from the norcold webpage.

A picture of your control panel would help?

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Just went out to the camper. I switched off the breaker label "fridge" in the electrical panel and it switched over to LP operation. The light inside the fridge and everything else still worked as it should so I think that might be the answer.
I have the manual here and it doesn't say anything about doing this. Thanks to everyone for your help.
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