Norcold N1095 | RV Fridge | Safety | Norcold Service Manual

You will save money and improve safety on Norcold N1095 RV fridge with the ARP failure prevention device. This page is an installation overview and provides Norcold Service Manual specifications.


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Norcold N 1095

Norcold N1095 Series

The first photo shows the ARP Control temperature sensor installed on a N1095 boiler tube. The N1065 has the same cooling unit design as the Norcold N611, N811, and N1200, please use the menu above for the installation photos for your N1095.


Norcold N1095 Series Fan Controller

We recommend using Fridge Defend + Fan Control for the Norcold N1095 fridge. Air circulation is critical to the efficient operation of this fridges. The factory fan control has failings such as the need to remove the fridge to gain access to the fans and the fact that the factory fan temperature sensor is inaccurate. As seen on the left, the factory fan sensor is located just above the flue tube. This location overheats the sensor and results in early failure of the sensor. Please consider the Fridge Defend Fan Control on your N1095, these fridges produce more heat and need the ventilation for cooling properly.

For further information on this subject see following page: ARP + Fan Control


Norcold EZ Install

Fridge Defend Wiring

This drawing can be used as a general wiring guide for any of the fridges listed on this webpage. In brief, the Fridge Defend interrupts the power going to the Norcold factory control. If there is not a boiler housing thermal switch or a Norcold recall box, just wire the ARP directly to the power supply to the factory control.


Please click here to view our wiring video.

Click here and view our ARP sensor install video.

If you have any questions regarding the Fridge Defend installation please use the Contact Us form on either the top or bottom menus.


Fault / Error Codes N1095

FAULT CODE MEANING POSSIBLE SOLUTION
No Display No DC to Fridge Make sure fridge is on.
Check power and ground to fridge.
ARP Control detected an overheat situation, check ARP display to see if a count down period tells when control will turn back on fridge.
dr Door has been open for more than 2 minutes. Close the door.
no FL LP gas burner did not ignite. LP gas turned off.
Low LP pressure.
Click here for pressure test.
Manual shutoff valve is closed on LP solenoid.
no AC No AC voltage to control. Check for shore power at plug.
Check RV circuit breaker, or if equipped, the GFI.
Try RV generator.
Click here for improved AC heater safety.
AC LO Low AC voltage at fridge. Check with DMM to see that AC voltage is in range at fridge.
Click here to check AC heater.
dc LO Low DC voltage at fridge. Check with DMM to see that DC voltage is in range at fridge.
no co The fridge started, but did not cool within 2 hours. If the fridge has an ARP Control, this message should not appear.
Fridge thermistor has failed.
Click here to check thermistor.
Click here to reset 'NO CO' fault.
Temperature number flashes when TEMP SET button is pushed. The refrigerator is operating in Back Up OS mode. The control unit is not getting an input it needs to run.
Fridge thermistor has failed.
Click here to check thermistor.
Check all wiring connections, power down the fridge and then power up.
AC rE Norcold states that "this is a fault within the controls" We assume this is a fault with the AC relay on the Norcold board? We at ARP Control want to help everyone with a Norcold fridge. If a solution to this issue is found please share with us so we can post it to share the joy.
dc rE Norcold states that "this is a fault within the controls" We assume this is a fault with the DC relay circuit? It is possable that this means that the DC relay is stuck? We at ARP Control want to help everyone with a Norcold fridge. If a solution to this issue is found please share with us so we can post it to share the joy.
AC HE Norcold states that "this is a fault within the controls" Fault with the AC Heater circuit.
Click here to check AC heater.
Sr Flame sense circuit failure Turn off fridge and restart.
Check LP Gas pressure and electrode gap.
Click here for gas valve and igniter check.

Norcold N1095 Specification Table

Please note that all of the following specifications are believed to be accurate. If any errors are found, please bring them to our attention as soon as possible. For critical specification please contact Norcold as they make changes to their specifications without notice.

Item Value Units
ARP Control Boiler Temperature See Note 1 Below
Storage Volume 9.5 cu. ft
Refrigerated Space 6.2 cu. ft
Off-Level Operating Limit See Note 2 Below
Power Supply Range 10.5 to 15.4 Volts

12 Volt Fuses

Item Value Units
Board 12V Fuse 5 Amp
ARP Control Fan Fuse 3 Amp

DC Power

Item Value Units
AC Operating Range 108 - 132 VAC
AC Heaters
AC Heater Power Rating 225 Watts
AC Heater Fuses See Note 3 Below
Heater Resistance per Heater (cold) 64 Ohms

AC Power

Item Value Units
Operating Range 108 - 132 VAC
AC Heater Power Rating 300 Watts
AC Heater Fuses See Note 3 Below
Heater Resistance (cold) 48 Ohms

LP Gas

Item Value Units
Gas Pressure 10.5 - 11.5 inch w.c.
Heat Input 1500 BTU/hour
Gas Jet LP16
Gas Jet (new style) LP16
Electrode to Burner Gap 1/8" to 3/16" inch

NOTES

Note 1: 185-195°C - 365-383°F

Note 2: Dependent on ambient and ARP boiler temp.

Note 3: 5 Amp type AGC fast acting.