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Old 04-18-2012, 05:53 PM   #21
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Is it possible to see the pilot? Today we are having similar problems with our 07 Safari SE for the first time. We don't hear the pilot light come on... never have noticed it before(this is our sixth season). Went outside to access door to check..should we be able to see the light??
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Old 04-18-2012, 07:08 PM   #22
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Refridgerator wind blast

Here is what I copied from another AS 25FB owner. The two mods have made my travel refer temps stable, cool. No more error light.
Deflector is removable with velcro base, filter screen held with stainless wire.
And again, I too am not a RV tech or repair guy, legal stuff...
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Is it possible to see the pilot? Today we are having similar problems with our 07 Safari SE for the first time. We don't hear the pilot light come on... never have noticed it before(this is our sixth season). Went outside to access door to check..should we be able to see the light??
Thanks for your help.
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Fridges have no pilot light as such. They have a burner, which on newer units like yours is not lit except when actively cooling on gas. Older units have low and high flame, and don't shut off unless the fridge has been switched to electric mode or shut off completely.

The flame is behind a shroud and though visible may not be immediately obvious.
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