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Old 04-04-2019, 03:12 PM   #1
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360IBL Refrigerator help needed

We purchased a 2016 360 IBL two weeks ago. We can’t figure out how to turn on the refrigerator. We press the power button and nothing happens while we’re connect to power (home, not 30A or 50A). Since we’re new to having a fifth wheel, we’re not sure where to start our troubleshooting. Suggestions much appreciated!
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Old 04-04-2019, 03:27 PM   #2
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What kinda of refrigerator do you have? A picture or model # will help and get you a better answer. TT model doesn't really help...
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Old 04-04-2019, 03:28 PM   #3
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What brand fridge.

What type fridge.
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Old 04-04-2019, 07:41 PM   #4
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Old 04-04-2019, 08:18 PM   #5
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I would check in the outdoor access panel that is directly behind the fridge. If I recall correctly, you should be able to find the power cord there where you can ensure its plugged in and getting power.

Hope that helps.
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First step is do what Skip12 says, then if still no power if you have a meter check to make sure you have 110v there. Are you seeing any lights on the control panel lite up? That part is 12 volt. Also open your door to see if the light comes on inside. You need 12 volt to operate the unit. If all this checks out, it's probably working and has to take time to cool down, give it 4 to 6 hrs. Power and lights are going to be the key. Get back to us with what you fine
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What does the display say?

60 degrees sort of says nothing is happening.

Should have the auto light on.

I would light a cooktop burner to make sure propane is on. Also clears line of air.

What are your battery voltages?

Is the rv plugged in? 110 on?

Empty these cool very slowly. No drama. We always precool with two frozen gallons of drinking water. We do not drink water from the taps. Use these..
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No lights have come on in the fridge or the panel. We’re getting 110 at the panel and the converter is measuring 12V in the access panel. All breakers are good. Doing some reading it looks like this control panel may be out and need replaced?
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No lights have come on in the fridge or the panel. We’re getting 110 at the panel and the converter is measuring 12V in the access panel. All breakers are good. Doing some reading it looks like this control panel may be out and need replaced?
You stated you had 12 v at the access panel, I'm assuming you mean at the main power panel. Is the refer fuse good (not the breaker). Also you should have a 12v line coming in where the refrigerator is plugged in, on the outside behind the vent access. Does that wire have 12 volts?
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You stated you had 12 v at the access panel, I'm assuming you mean at the main power panel. Is the refer fuse good (not the breaker). Also you should have a 12v line coming in where the refrigerator is plugged in, on the outside behind the vent access. Does that wire have 12 volts?
^^^^In case this post isn't clear, the fuse and 12 volt service to the refrigerator are accessed by taking off the access panel on the outside of the trailer.

If you're not sure where to measure the 12v or to find the fuse, post a picture.

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