A.J.

I am curious to see if anyone can pass along some advice regarding my fridge.  It works on propane but doesn't work on electric/shore power.  I hear the clicking sound when I try to run it off electric, but the "check" like eventually turns on.  I have checked the fuses/breaker but everything seems fine.

Does anyone have any advice?

Thanks,

A.J.

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snarkreto
You might try looking up the problem on youtube. Have found several fixes and Ideas there.
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Tim S
The clicking is the propane igniter, so somehow your 110v power is interrupted.
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Tim S
Maybe the plug fell out! I know this can happen with the AC. Don't know if it can be accessed from the vent. 
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A.J.
Thank you for the replies.  I have been trouble shooting over the past few days.  I'll report back when I get it squared away.
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Tom
Gas button in the "auto" position?
I pushed mine accidentally and it took me a while to realize it...
(duh)
[smile]
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sunvalleyjoe
ok the gas heats the refrigerant in the unit with the flame. On electric end there is a element to heat the refg gas so either the element is open or bad connection . Usually on 120 vac they will work but with 12 vdc it struggles. Get the diagram for the unit and get an ohm meter to check for continuity on the heater element . If there is not reading the heater element is burnt out.if it worked on ac or dc only it would be in that specific circuit. Common to both is the ELEMENt . Good luck and GBA. ps heading for Yosemite area with the 150 for 10 days.
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