Originally Posted by Pher1130
Well I FINALLY was able to make it back to my TT today. I think I definitely have a power converter problem that's causing the refrigerator problem. I got there and the battery on the trailer was practically dead with shore power plugged in. The interior lights were even dim since the battery isn't charging. The battery was replaced just 3 weeks ago. So I plugged the trailer into my Suburban for 12v power and everything works except the refrigerator. I left the Suburban running for an hour to see if the refrigerator would start up but no luck. So I'm thinking definitely a power converter issue and maybe potentially the refrigerator too. The TT is less than a year old so it still has a warranty.
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Did you have propane?
The fridge will not run on DC without a solid source of propane.
Did you check the fridge fuses?
There is one in the power center and one on the control board (under outside cover).
Will need 120 VAC at converter input wires and should measure over 13 volts WITH BATTERY DISCONNECTED. You can not check converter output with the battery in the circuit.
Here is the troubleshooting guide.
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