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Old 11-04-2013, 03:17 PM   #1
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Dometic frig issues

Hi new owner of an 86 silverstreak with a Dometic Royale RM 3800 frig.

Seems to work fine during the day with the green light staying on but in the evening the light goes on and off. It sounds like it is trying to ignite over and over again switching to the propane option???

Outside you can hear the clicking on and off and this seems to go on all night or at least most of it. In the morning the green light is back on and everything seems good again. I dont understand it.

Is there a way to make this frig stay on using only the electric power since I am plugged into a power source?

Im new to all of this and a little confused.
Thanks for any help!!!
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