Donna Pires Thanks again, this should be interesting and will keep you posted! It would seem that you simply "ran out of gas." Take, for instance, a properly filled 100-pound propane container. An RV dealer can determine which option would be the most cost effective. Logged 2015 F-350 CC short box 6.7l 3.55 axle2015 Alpine 3510REGlen,NeneMickey & Jayco (yorkies) regularguy --- Posts: 415 Re: Gas Absorption refrigerator in cold weather « Reply #15 on: December 15, http://jetpackshield.com/rv-refrigerator/rv-refrigerator-not-working-on-gas.html
Logged Pete (PeeDee)Massachusetts regularguy --- Posts: 415 Re: Gas Absorption refrigerator in cold weather « Reply #11 on: December 14, 2008, 05:44:09 PM » I forgot that I had this link. Sign in 169 47 Don't like this video? The little light by your 12 volt receptacle is not an on/off indicator. any thoughts?
This is simply a non-issue during the warm summer months. I would like to keep the refrigerator running while I'm driving. You need to check for both 12VDC and 110VAC right at the refrigerator. I just wonder if it is the control panel.
Mike I have a 1978 Southwind. ALWAYS BURNS BETWEEN 1 AND TWO MINUTES THEN FLAME CLICKS OFF. Your water pump, most of your lights, are all 12 volt. I unplugged from 110 to see if fridge would switch over on 12 volt and gas.
Try it on electric and see if it works better. The RV Forum Community The friendliest place on the web for anyone with an RV or an interest in RVing Welcome, Guest. thanks Curtis Sean, it could be the propane regulator. If there is an "auto" setting on your fridge you should leave it there.
Is there a reset switch I can look for or does it sound like I need to replace the unit? I can unplug the frig from the camper and run it directly to 110 with extension cord and it will work fine. Gerald Hi Curtis My fridge won't get cold. That sounds like an electronic issue, and guessing at what parts are needed is the expensive way to do things.
If you are not plugged into power, you need to start the truck. Camping is using your RV occasionally. Winter Rv Camping Advice Karen Fuses and circuit breakers seem to be okay. Rv Water Heater Insulation Jacket I know of no short cuts, odds are it will cost you a couple hundred dollars even if it's an easy fix.
Junior Bean Hey Curtis been reading your post my fridge last week showing a low voltage code we got it to run in auto mode but the lights were dimming every check my blog Curtis Tom, the only way to troubleshoot your problem is to try all functions while the rv is level . Aftermarket vent opening covers that attach to the ceiling are also available and recommended. If the flame stays lit, the next issue is the quality of the flame. Living In A Camper In The Winter
I’ve owned, used, and repaired almost every class and style of RV ever made. Keep all holding tank termination valves completely closed and periodically add a half-gallon of RV antifreeze as you continue to use the holding tank. Tara Torgeson I think since it was on auto it switched to the 12v mode while we were driving. this content How long should I run it for this test?
Sign in to make your opinion count. Gerald I meant booth electric and propane Jamie Chimpky My fridge was working fine and now won't get any power to it. Got Air Brakes?
When plugged into extension cord from a different source the electric will work fine. I know that the RV has to be level for the propane to work so is it best to just put it on electric while driving? EVEN IF I RESET IT 5 SECONDS AFTER IT SHUTS OFF. Curtis The source of 12 volts is either the battery or if you are plugged in the converter supplies 12 volts to the RV.
There is perhaps some risk of a bubble or something blocking flow when it warms up, but I think most survive. But oftentimes, manufacturers route the tubing inside storage compartments or perhaps underneath the RV for short distances. This doesn't always work, and sometimes it is a very temporary fix. have a peek at these guys Curtis Maybe.
IN THAT COUPLE MINUTES SEVERAL TIMES OVER I CAN FEEL THE FREEZER GETTING VERY COLD (NOT COLD ENOUGH TO FREEZE) BUT NO MATTER WHAT I TRY IT WILL NOT STAY LIT There is no such thing as a 220 volt RV. I open the doors quick and put the stuff in, not even alot of stuff. Came on our new Lance 825.
The other possibility, if you are new to rv's, and it is a 2 way model, 110volts and propane, the battery light may come on, but it's not going to cool measure the voltage. Start at the fuse panel and just keep checking along the line for power double check that you hooked everything up correctly for the furnace. It may not be operating at the correct pressure anymore.