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Even if your plugged in, you'll have to confirm you have 12Volts DC going to back of fridge at connections, behind vent cover. Is the upper board on front of fridge lighting up when you turn it on? Could you also give me model number off fridge to help guide you better ? Model # should be on inside of fridge.
The ice maker unit give the command to the water valve to relese water for a short time.
you cna check with volt meter on the water volve that got the pip go to
the ice maker unit if it getting 120V for short time when the fingers
of the ice maker making full round.
if you get 120v the problem is the valve (the ice maker and the water
have difrent water path so its difrent valve used) if you dont get 120v
or the fingers of the ice maker not turning then its your ice maker
unit need to be replace.
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I have a norcold fridge model #N811RT and the flash code blinks 5 times then stops then repeats. both fridge and freezer are not cold were are currently living in are 5th wheel and it was currently -30c for 3 days any help would be of assistence.