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  • JoFess
    JoFessWhy didn't I think of that? Tips and Tricks:
    July 24, 2020I have 1998 Winnebago and, when not connected to electric, this comes on with the NO and gas mode lights flashing while it keeps beeping. Any ideas of what is going on with the frig. I just filled it with propane thinking that was the problem. Any help...  more
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      Cinn July 24, 2020 Try switching it to the "off" position, wait a few seconds and then switch to "auto." I have to do that whenever I have the propane tank refilled, because they turn off the main valve.
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      pokeysRVadventures July 24, 2020 There should be a 12 Volt switch that controls going to propane with the electric off and visa versa. Possibly it's bad.
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      Donna J. Wagner July 24, 2020 There is a possibility that rust may have fallen onto the burner, not permitting the burner to ignite. Try removing the outside cover and open the inspection plate to see the burner. You might have to use compressed air to blow out the area around the bur...  more
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      Seann (the Canadian) July 24, 2020 When you have had your tank off the lines can possibly fill with air and so you need to shut the system off and turn it back on every time it starts flashing till the air purges out of the system. This is common with all RVs and a propane refrigeration system
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      Bounder Travelers July 24, 2020 When I have had the propane off for days to weeks, the only way the fridge will light is to first fire up a stove burner to purge the air.
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      TeamFoxy July 25, 2020 The lights usually flash a code that would let you know what the problem is. You should be able to download the service manual from the Norcold website and follow the troubleshooting  steps. Just about all the things people are telling you are possib...  more
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      Kathy & Jon July 26, 2020 Where are you?   Norcold tells us that they don't recommend use above 7,000 above sea level. Have you tried to light it manually?   
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