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Mark, without getting too deep in the weeds and before gathering more information, for starters a few basic  things that may be at fault are:

1) The 120 Volt Heating Element is burned out/open. NO HEAT An ohm meter can test for continuity and correct resistance.

2)  A glass fuse on the control board may be bad/blown. NO 120 TO HEATING ELEMENT, NO HEAT

3) There's no 120 VAC power to the rear plug where the fridge is plugged in (assuming its indeed plugged in okay?). Check circuit breaker in panel. Check to see if its on any GFCI protected circuit (like on the downstream LOAD side of a GFCI recpetacle) and if so insure the GFCI isnt tripped....... 

4) The control circuit board may be at fault and NOT switching and directing power for 120 VAC operation..

5) There may be a problem in the top eyebrow control circuit so its not switching to AC power. Is that set on  Auto or LP or what??? Does it make any difference ???  

I'm sure there are many other possible causes and the other fine gents can add to this, but this is a start...

Here are some Manuals that may help:




John T

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