I'm getting old and possibly losing my mind, but I can't for the life of me find any kind of mechanism that would trigger the refrigerator interior light.
The bulb tests good, but there is no voltage (DC) at the bulb clips or further up the wiring to the interior connectors.
I've read all kinds of things about the features these modern Norcold units have, like turning off the bulb if the door is open too long. I think there are even some models that sense certain conditions and turn the bulb on when the door is shut, to aid in defrosting and such. Regardless of which features or model I have, and how much fancy logic might be designed into the control system, it still seems like there would be some kind of analog switch\mechanism to trigger the "door open" programming.
What am I missing?
Norcold N611v in a brand new Aerolite 213 RBSL
Been living in it 23 days straight and this is my ONLY issue thus far. I'm really enjoying it. Even if I have to turn on an overhead light to find my hidden candybar in the fridge.