Sorry, lost power there and had to get the generator running for the DW's cycler. Started on the first pull
and just as I was about to hook it in to the house when I saw the lights go on across the street. That is my signal to undo everything.
So, socket is good. Fuses in the fridge are good; still no heat from the AC heater. Runs good on propane.
We set so far? If so, it gets expensive from here and a friend with the equipment to do board level troubleshooting is next. Or a Dometic Certified Repair Center.
If not you could try the military fix (LLR). It is the most expensive kind of repair, but WTH; its only money.
Buy the most likely candidate and swap it out. Then the next one until its fixed. You "might" wind up with a drawer full of good spare parts, or you could just as easily fry the new boards trying them out. While this is a great way to run an air force, it would most likely suck for you.
I would look up the closest Tech at this point. http://www.dometic.com/enus/Americas...=Refrigerators
Might be closer than you think. Mine was across the street as it turned out.
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