Had a great week in the cool Northern mountains of NM. About 8300 ft elevation. The days were a cool 70 degrees and the nights just under 40. We were only using battery power and of course propane for the fridge. Every morning, the fridge would be off with the "Check" light turned on. The first morning I thought the propane bottle was low so I switched to the other tank, re-started the fridge and after a few tries, all was operational again. But the next morning, same thing!
This happened every night/morning. No problems running when the weather started warming up but at some point during the night, the cold weather gremlins would sneak in and shut down my fridge. I've camped in cold weather before but have usually been plugged in to 120V. Does anyone on here know if maybe the propane would stop flowing around 38-40 degrees? All seems to work fine otherwise. Any other ideas would be appreciated. Thanks!