Originally Posted by Newellri
This one has a separate switch for auto or lp it is on auto or lp. It was in auto mode but did not switch. I would assume a power blip. I just know after three years of continual use it had three bags of rotten food. It stunk and set off co2 detecter to add insult to injury. We did not find it till 12:00 when we came back to the camper, long night.
OK, was the propane on and how long was the power out?
Remember, propane NEEDS a charged battery to run the fridge (and CO/propane detector).
IF you had disconnected the battery using the battery disconnect while you were in hookups and
the AC power failed; NOTHING would happen EVEN if you had full propane.
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