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Old 10-28-2015, 07:24 PM   #1
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Dometic 2620 wiring question

I recently removed a 93 Dometic 2620 and replaced with a new 2620. the old one had three wires Pink, white, and Red. My new fridge only has two wire block for connection. Can someone please help. I figured the white was ground and the red was 12volt but what is the pink? where should it go? This is in a 1993 25' excella

I will try to upload pics of the old and new blocks to help describe what I am looking at.

this is the old. wires were pink, white, and red if not mistaken.

new frig block, where would the pink ignition lock wire go??
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Old 10-29-2015, 09:17 AM   #2
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On your old fridge the pink wire was designed to be connected to the TV ignition switch so that a time delay would prevent the fridge from firing on gas when stopping for fuel. The new fridge does not have this function so the pink wire is not used.

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