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Old 06-07-2016, 09:30 PM   #31
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Owners manual for the series 7 shows the door heater in parallel with the interior light and light switch, so it seems that the "fix" should be the same, unless the place where the two circuits tie together is not inside the interior light like it is in the DM2652-style fridges.

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http://www.dometic.com/QBankFiles3/E...-Web_29111.pdf
Oh they are in parallel. My point is that the way it is put together you can just unplug the strip heater from the light circuit board. No wires cut, everything completely reversible if needed, and your fridge lights will still work. I am going to put together some pictures when I get it all modified
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Old 06-07-2016, 09:57 PM   #32
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Oh they are in parallel. My point is that the way it is put together you can just unplug the strip heater from the light circuit board. No wires cut, everything completely reversible if needed, and your fridge lights will still work. I am going to put together some pictures when I get it all modified
OK. Didn't understand what you meant. I'm sure pics would be helpful for DMR702 owners.
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