Originally Posted by ATVer
If everything seems okay except it doesn't cool, try switching to gas. If it cools then likely it's a failed heating element.
1) It was cooling on shore power before; but not now.
2) The popane tank is open and the range burners are bright and blue.
3) The "Auto" light on the eyebrow control is on.
4) The battery is charged and not dead.
If the shore power CB opened it should automatically switch to gas and keep cooling PROVIDED battery is good and gas is on.
If element is burned out OR the 120 VAC fuse is blown the auto feature will not switch to gas! MANUALLY switch to gas as ATVer recommended. The CHECK light should go out when the propane lights.
If it works you know what needs fixing.
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