While I do own several antique canoes, this question pertains to an Isotherm
fridge / freezer
I bought for our vintage Airstream camper. I decided to buy a used
Indel Marine Cruise
200 fridge for the trailer renovation
, equipped with both 12/24v and 110v options. This all happened about a year ago, through a private seller in Florida
(we're in Chicago).
Long story short, it's too large for our current
planned layout. So having never used it... I'm now selling it.
However, upon plugging it in for the first time to make sure it works, there's no response. Compressor
doesn't run, door light isn't on, and I've played with the thermostat dial inside to no avail.
After reading the PDF instructions, I can't determine if I may be missing a step? There don't seem to be any additional switches or buttons to press, and am hoping I don't have a dead fridge on my hands.
I did see one line in the manual stating,
"AC (100-240 volt):
The live and neutral wires must be connected to the terminals marked L and N on the electronic unit." Wondering if this means that plugging it into the wall is not enough, and these other wires must be connected somewhere as well. Confusing.
I have very little electrical
knowledge, so any clues as to where they might've put a fuse, or why this might be happening would be most appreciated.