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BostonCM
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Posted: September 13 2006 at 15:26 | IP Logged Quote BostonCM

I have the original fridge in my boat. It works fine when hooked up to
shore power, but when I try to turn it on off of DC it won't kick on. I
have turned the fridge off before/after I turned the shore power off with
the same results. I checked, its hooked up to the batteries and the fuse
inline is good. Is there any where else where it can be bad? Ant help
would be appreciated. CM

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Posted: October 02 2006 at 22:03 | IP Logged Quote CAP10PAT

See if you can check and measure the power at the fridge of your 12v wires. Make sure you have power there. You may have corroded contacts someplace - maybe in the inline fuse holder.
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