Originally Posted by tnchuck100
If you hook up the 12V fan properly, yes, it will run.
While there is nothing wrong with running the refrigerator on propane the rational of "preserving the amps" for other things is unjustified. The refrigerator only uses about 2 amps. Better to consider the real power hungry items like the air conditioner and the water heater.
Personally I use electric options whenever possible. The site cost already pays for the electric.
I did not realize that the fridge only used 2 amps. In that case, electric does make more sense. I just left Myrtle Beach, with temps in the high 90's. Breaker went once. I had water heater on electric at that time, tv going, a fan going, and the microwave. Turned water heater to propane and everything was fine. I thought I read or heard, that a fridge cooled faster on propane. True or false?