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Old 05-16-2016, 10:07 PM   #1
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Dometic Fridge, confused!

I have a 2015 Grey Wolf 17BH TT. I have a dometic fridge. i hook it up to 110v couple days before I took it out, and right before I left, I made sure the gas was working on it, which it was. When I got all set up at my campspot, the check light came on the fridge, and I can hear clicking in the back, it was trying to light. This has happened twice to me, the campspot is about 2600-2800ft, I live at 500ft elevation. I was at a campground with power, so I just used electric, but whats confusing, is when I left the higher elevation, again, the gas wouldnt light, but when I got back home, the gas was lit and going. Anyone else had this problem? any ideas what the problem could be?

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Old 05-17-2016, 12:22 PM   #2
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It could be the gas pressure is a little low and at higher elevation the flame won't start. It could also be the orifice partially plugged up.

I'd try cleaning the orifice first. And while you're there be sure to clean any spider webs around the burner. For some reason spiders love propane.
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