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Old 09-25-2010, 02:00 PM   #15
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Wow, So do you guys think I may be able to get it working? Its it an ammonia type fridge?
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Here are some photos of my unit. There are some differences. But they operate basically the same. Does your unit have the little flip over cover shown on the lower right of the top picture I posted. The propane burner is behind that little cover. My unit does not have the circuit board. It looks to me like your refer was built in March of 2001, I think that is the manufactured date on the label that has the 903A model number.
Upon further study of your photo, you may need 12 volts to get the burner lit. I see what looks like a solenoid valve (the item with the red coil) connected to what looks like a pilot gas line. Does it have any printing on it that you can read? Like 12v DC.

Ill go down and look for other numbers on the unit tommorrow. I know when I took out the fridge it had 4 wires out of the wall. I just snipped them and pulled out the fridge. Does that help any?
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As far as I know, all Dometic refers are ammonia type. If it seems to be cooling in the electric mode, it will probably work in the propane mode. And it should cool down quicker in the propane gas mode, the burner has a higher BTU rating than the heating element. When you get the gas connected and a battery, (if it requires 12v to get the burner to ignite), let us know what happens.
When you say you snipped 4 wires. Did it have a cord on it that plugged into a 120 volt receptacle?
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Never heard whether you got the fridge to work.
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