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Old 07-16-2012, 06:51 PM   #11
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I had a problem with my A/C a few weeks ago, it would not cool properly although it was very hot outside. One of the guests at the site I was at asked me if my battery was good. As far as I knew it was good, always had been. When we checked the battery with no cables connected it only showed 8 volts, problem here. We switched the battery with one from my truck which showed 13 volts and all the problems went away. He told me he had worked at an RV place one summer and learned that the A/C and the fridge used 12 vDC for their control units, regardless if you were connected to 120 vAC. So maybe your fridge's control method uses only 12 vDC for the controller.

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