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Topic Review (Newest First)
02-24-2009 03:17 PM
PR_White There is also a fuse that's attached to the compressor, although it may not be easy to get to. If you don't hear a fan running when you turn on the reefer, that fuse might be shot. Replacing the compressor fuse solved our problem.
09-21-2006 10:42 AM
FrankLanger Our refrigerator has an on/off button, but also a dial inside the box. Is it possible you, or contents in the refrigerator, nudged the dial to the warm side, so it no longer gets as cold as usual?
Good luck.
09-11-2006 03:13 PM
harrym3409 only time had problem with frig on our 2002 331, it was batteries that had started to go bad. Replaced then and frig came back to life. Check batteries to make sure they are healthy.
07-30-2006 11:54 AM
camaraderie haven't supplied a lot of information...what BRAND&MODEL is it?
If refrig is running ...chances are you have lost refrigerant which means a leak somewhere. You need a repairman!
07-29-2006 05:53 PM

The refrigerator on my 331 won't get cold. It sounds like it is running. Any info on owner maintanance/repair?

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