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Old 08-15-2013, 09:07 PM   #21
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Has your fridge worked on 110 in the past or could you have thought it was and really been running on propane? Go to the fuse panel and look at the 'breakers' and see what each is labeled at. AC, Micro wave, Plugs? are any 'popped'? Go through each one and trip on and off. I have seen some RVs that have a 'on/off' switch for the fridge plug, can you see where the wire goes and is there a switch. Have you tried both plugs as one may work and the other may not. Is your trailer still under warranty and have you called the dealer. Do all of your electrical plugs in the camper work. there may be one that is in line with the fridge plug and it may not work. If you are comfertable to check the connections at the converter, shut the power off and check all connections of + and - .

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All thd plugs inside and outside work. The plugs in the outside kitchen work. I only found one GFI in thd bathroom and that's fine and works. All the breakers are on send the fuses are fine.

I'm calling the dealer tomorrow and take it up when we come back
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Old 08-15-2013, 09:14 PM   #22
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One more thought.. Do you have an a/c outlet on the outside of your unit? Is it a gfi? Just a thought...
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Old 08-15-2013, 09:16 PM   #23
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One more thought.. Do you have an a/c outlet on the outside of your unit? Is it a gfi? Just a thought...
Yes, I checked it and its fine and works.
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Old 08-15-2013, 09:19 PM   #24
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Yes, I checked it and its fine and works.
Can you plug your refrigerator into it? Get you through this trip anyway.
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Old 08-15-2013, 09:20 PM   #25
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Sounds like a wire has come loose. Run on propane and enjoy your trip. You can run the fridge on propane for months on a single tank. We just completed a trip from Florida to Prince Edward Island and back. Put over 4500 miles on trailer running off of gas. Worked great and used very little propane.. Have fun, be safe..
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Old 08-15-2013, 09:34 PM   #26
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All the fuses in the fuse box are good and the only gfi I have is good. All the outlets in and outside of the camper work
I just have to ask.. You only have 1 gfi? In the bathroom or in the kitchen area? I have a plug in the bathroom on gfi and a plug next to the kitchen sink, gfi. I looked at your floor plan ( nice rig!!) and it would seem you would have a plug in the kitchen that are usually gfi..
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Old 08-15-2013, 10:00 PM   #27
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I just went and looked at my 3200 and I can only think a wire is loose inside the outside its plugged into. I've had that happen where a metal tab on the inside broke. Simple fix, replaced outlet. Hope up can find the issue!
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Every electrical post that I have seen have had a couple of 110 plugs beside the 30amp plug. If you have a heavy electrical cord, plug the fridge into the campsite post for the time that you are there. If you have a little time on your camping trip you can pull off the cover of the electrical plug (all power off and disconnected from camper) and check the wires or replace the plug itself.
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Every electrical post that I have seen have had a couple of 110 plugs beside the 30amp plug. If you have a heavy electrical cord, plug the fridge into the campsite post for the time that you are there. If you have a little time on your camping trip you can pull off the cover of the electrical plug (all power off) and check the wires or replace the plug itself.
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Old 08-16-2013, 05:56 AM   #30
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Thanks guys ill do some more troubleshooting today. I'll plug thd fridge into another outlet as suggested and post back the outcome
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