Originally Posted by hotzfamily
I've found it helps to start a burner on the stove (which is right next to the fridge in our setup) to ensure that the air has been bled from the lines as much as possible. We've never had an issue with traveling with the fridge on AUTO, so it uses propane as we travel.
Hey I do that same thing...it also tells me that, yep, the propane is on and has gas!
We've always left the propane on while driving for the fridge but I have those tanks in mind if, God forbid, we're ever in a bad accident. (To run back there and shut them off.)
Also, don't forget to shut off the propane tanks when refueling at gas stations...and turn them back on right after you pull out.