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|We have a Model N611RT Norcold Refrigerator. While the switch on front of refrigerator is on auto. and running on AC the pilot light tries to ignite and the gas light comes on. To get refrigerator to cool, we had to turn switch on front of fridge on gas only. Unit seems to be trying to run on gas and electricity at the same time when switch is on Auto. What is the solution to our problem? Please help. Thanks|
|Re: Norcold Refridgerator||Keith||6-17-12|
|Hi Donna, sounds like you may not have AC available at the fridge receptacle, or there's a blown fuse on the circuit board preventing AC operation, or your AC heating element is burned out and preventing AC operation. Or you have a defective circuit board. Kind of hard to tell from here, but it appears it is switching to LP as it's supposed to and you have an AC problem of some kind. Good luck|
In AUTO mode, the controls automatically search for AC
power first. If AC power is present, the controls automatically select AC operation. The selection of AC
power is indicated by the ON LED.
No AC Power
If AC power is not present or is interrupted, the controls
automatically switch to LP gas operation. When the
controls switch to LP gas operation, the GAS LED
illuminates and a 30 second trial for ignition period starts.
Both ON LED and GAS LED will remain illuminated. The
ON LED indicates the refrigerator is turned ON. The GAS
LED indicates the controls selected LP gas because AC
power is not available.
AC Power Restored
If AC power is restored the controls automatically revert
operation to AUTO AC and the GAS LED turns off. The
ON LED will remain illuminated to indicate AUTO AC operation.