Originally Posted by rowiebowie
The video quality and lighting was very poor, but rarely (especially on a rare model) do you find a video showing your model rv while it's being built.
The ease of which the fridge can be removed surprised me. It's one of the few appliances I've not removed at some point on mine. It seems like it easily removes with just four screws, much like the microwave.
The fridge in my Suite sits on the opposite side and blocks access to the rear of the power distribution panel (breakers & fuses). As a result, I've crudely run some small wiring I've added into the front of the fuse panel instead of from behind, due to this lack of access.
I think I'll now pull the fidge and run these wires properly into the panel from behind.
While you have your mind on something electrical... I'll just bring you up to date on our little ground fault issue.
Hubby put an outlet into the "under the counter" area for the Tyent Ionizer and he realized that the fridge wasn't working... or if it was working it was working on DC. So he removed the ground fault breaker and put in one that didn't have a ground fault and lo and behold the fridge worked on AC.
(We looked up what was on that circuit with the fridge and outside outlets weren't working either. The ground fault wouldn't reset. The ground fault breaker had done it's thing but it wouldn't reset because it was broke.)
So bought a new breaker with a ground fault and when we put it in... but it wouldn't work. So we don't know where the ground fault problem is just yet. We put the non-ground fault breaker back in so the fridge would work and that's where we set right now.
This is going to take a little more time and a little more effort to figure out. Got any suggestions on anything?
(Hubby has all the testers and knowledge in the world. Just hard to pull it out of the back of his head every now and again.)