i turned mine on this morning hoping to load it this evening. it does take awhile for the frig to cool. ur freezer will start cooling first.
in the future, when u light it on propane the first time after having the propane off at the bottle for a few days, light a burner on the stove. when ur able to light that. (shut it off) then turn the frig on. if the check light comes on after a few seconds, trun it off and right back on. it has to purge the air out of that line as well.
next time the frig has been sitting for a while (coils in back are room temp), turn it on on auto. abt 10 minutes later, see if that area above the burner is warm. if it is, the electrical element is working. the boiler has to heat the ammonia/water solution enough for the ammonia to boil out. it takes time. go back abt 15 minutes later, u should feal the freezer starting to cool...not cold.