Originally Posted by Bensjoy
My Tundra TJ 80 also lost the 110 volt function last year but would work on the 12 volt function with my battery charger. I had good ac voltage and the fuses in the fridge were OK. I was told that the power supply was defective. When I turned the fridge on for the first time this year the 110 volt function worked at the dock but I have no idea why.While anchoring out last week, with the fridge on 12 volt, I ran the generator to charge the batteries and switched the fridge to 110 volt but it no longer worked so I'm back to 12 volt. I'm considering replacing the fridge with the Nova Kool RFU9000.
Also, my freezer compartment works OK but the refrigerator section should be colder.
Odd. Is there some significant AC voltage difference between your normal shore power supply and your genset output?
Or maybe clock speed? Our genset output is running a bit fast, just now, and our appliance clocks (coffeemaker, microwave) are gaining time while we're underway. How sensitive to cycle speed might a fridge's power supply be?