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Old 06-17-2012, 12:05 PM   #1
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Inside Fridge Picture?

Would someone be so kind as to take a pic of their light switch for their Dometic fridge? I put in the ebay fridge fan a few weeks ago, but had to take the light switch out so I could get the connector off to make the power connection. I fear I may have put it back in backwards and the light is on all the time as the fridge isn't cooling off like it used to on the past two trips with the slider in the same position. Other than that looks like I'll need to get the fridge checked out. We can only get to about 42 degrees now with the slider all the way up and the sensor at the top of that plastic slider. We used to have to turn it down to keep from freezing things.

I suppose I could take a poll as to what everyone has in their fridges but figured I would just confess and get it over with...

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Old 06-17-2012, 12:08 PM   #2
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BOB if your light is staying on that would defiantly keep you fridge warmer !
Does the light appear on when the door is just about shut ?
one mine the light goes off before the door is all the way shut .
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Thanks for the reply. Yes the light stays on until the door blocks the view and then I can't tell if the light goes out. Sounds like I just might have that dude in backwards. We leave for SD this Saturday so I was hoping to ease my mind as to whether it was self inflicted or not so we can plan accordingly.
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In the mean time Bob pull the light and see if it cools down .
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Old 06-17-2012, 12:31 PM   #5
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I think he needs to see the wiring behind the cover .
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Does this help?

That is perfect! That is exactly what I was looking for, thank you! Looks like I have the switch arm going in the correct direction. I will monitor fridge temps on our trip to SD and go from there.
Thanks and Happy Fathers Day to all.

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