Is it possible to bypass fridge power board?
I'm having some problems with my fridge (Norcold N611) and my hunch is that I've chased that problem to the power board. I've troubleshooted the unit and even replaced the thermistor. All fuses are intact, AC element is working fine and LP gas works fine. The unit simply won't stay on more than a few hours. It's as if the power board senses it's been on too long and gives up. With no need to run it on LP I would rather bypass the power board and run it on AC if possible. My question is would it be possible to wire the fridge to safely run strictly on AC and bypass the electronics all together? We full time and do not have a need for LP operation of the fridge. If I have to shell out $150 on a power board I would rather replace this thing with a residential unit for a $150 more and not worry about it. The energy savings will almost pay the difference in the first year. I'm a pretty handy guy but cooling systems are not my specialty. Any ideas?
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