With the temperatures outside dropping fast this year, you can expect a few new problems to pop up with your RV Refrigerator. One of those may be the refrigerator fill line on the back of your refrigerator. These lines and solenoids are wrapped with a wire that allows a slight warming to keep them from freezing in low temperatures. However, these wires are quite prone to break or cause the circuit board to “burn out” in that section. Without the warming wire, the line is very likely to freeze and break. If you are not using ice much this might go unnoticed until the spring when you suddenly realize the flood coming in underneath the fridge. So take an ohmmeter and make sure you’re still seeing resistance on the warming wire occasionally. If not I suggest turning the water off in that area until it’s able to be fixed.
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