I fried my fridge; can I replace the AC power unit
I bought a new battery and the "helpful" punk at the battery store installed the lead on the wrong battery terminal. Luckily, nothing was damaged except my $700 Norcold DE051 AC/DC refrigerator. After replacing a fuse, there is power to the unit (green light comes on turned on), but it won't cool on either AC or DC power. I am wondering if I can replace the DC or AC power supply unit, or both via parts from Norcold. Anyone ever fixed one of these after frying it in this way?
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