Originally Posted by jwfrede
For my test I put a couple of water bottles in the frig and the freezer. Also, put one of those little refrigerator fans in the frig. Also, temp gauge in each. After a couple of hours the freezer was down maybe 10-15 F but the frig had not budged. Then turned off electric and switched to propane. Frig started to cool down.
The fridge lags behind the freezer in these units a bit, so I think you just didn't wait long enough on electric to see the fridge start to cool down. When you switched to propane, it was already cooling and it just continued to do so.
I bet if you turn it back on electric, it'll work fine.