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Not getting 12volts to control board. Schematic shows 2 thero fuses, one on the vent pipe (OK), one that is in the that the wires run under the vent pipe close to the burner next to the refrigerator back. That fuse is open. How di I get to it, not obvious how to remove vent tube or access that

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That is a fusible link in bend metal holding it pull out and change make sure if using LP burners clean and good pressure if electric check stack for clog or if vent fans that they are working unit overheated

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SOURCE: dometic RM2852 will not turn on

The dometic recall requires the installation of a thermal fuse from the DC terminal block to the igniter,  Originally it was a solid wire connection, and the recall replaced this wire with a thermal fuse imbedded.  On my unit the installer placed the fused wire too close to the burner sheet metal and, viola, the fuse blew (being thermal).  Camping World found the problem in 5 minutes and repaired it in another 10 minutes. $107.00. 

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SOURCE: My fredge rm 2652 not working

You need to check your fuses on the fuse panel inside your coach. The frig will not operate on gas or electric without 12 volt power to the frig circuit board.

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SOURCE: Dometic 2811 gas/AC refrigerator poor operation on gas mode.

Your gas valve is sticking. Could be a bad thermocouple.
Set it to come on, then with a screwdriver handle or something similar, tap,tap,tap gently on the gas valve to see if it lights.
Once it unsticks it should operate OK.
If it does not unstick, replace the gas valve.

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