Fridge not Cooling on Propane
I know there was a recent thread on this same issue, but my problem is different and I was afraid that fewer people would read my question if I posted it in that thread.
My Dometic fridge (not sure the model but I could find out if necessary), works great on 120V, but not on propane. It cools to a good temperature and freezes solid when on shore power, but barely cools and barely freezes (slushy water bottles) on propane.
I checked the outside back panel and I know for sure that the burner is lighting first try and staying lit. The flame looked decent, very little orange, but I cleaned it out anyway with a vacuum and an air compressor. There doesn't seem to be orange in flame now, just blue. The flame doesn't look huge, but not pitiful either. How big is the flame supposed to be?
Any other ideas? We will be dry camping for 2 nights this weekend and then travelling around and full service camping for 3 weeks after that. I really don't want to drag the generator around just to use for the first 2 nights. I would prefer the fridge to work properly on propane.
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