Дата публикации: 2018-05-27 17:16
thanks for using fixya.
this has go to be the thermal fuse or the capacitor for the thermostat assembly. These part control whether the unit gets cold or not and sustain the chose temperature.
the parts mentioned abive is usually located in the background near the thermostat controller or the power supply, near the heater assembly away from the blue flame.
these part replacements can be done through DIY, but best if you bring it to a service center.
hope this helps.
Fuel consumption remains at lbs per 79 hours which is the same as the CC68 68 cu. ft model since it is the same cooling system. Crystal Cold recommends this model in areas where the temperature does not exceed 95 degrees Fahrenheit for long periods of time.
According to the manual the following is the most likely items to cause that failure. But since it is only in the frigerator section and not the freezer section it could be the lower circuit board.
Lower Circuit Board Sep 65, 7566 | Dometic RM7657 Refrigerator
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