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Old 01-14-2014, 08:22 PM   #1
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Jayco refrigerator on proaine

I was having trouble with my ref sometimes shutting off on propane. I cleaned the burner area. The burner was covered with a lot of crud. Now it's clean. Is it normal to be able to hear the flame burning. I also didn't pay much attention to the flame size, but now it is a nice blue flame about a inch long, and 3/4 in high. Is that size flame normal? Thanks
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Old 01-15-2014, 04:58 AM   #2
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Yes, it is audible. Not loud but you can hear it. If the flame is blue with no orange it is good. Put screening on the access panel to keep the bugs out.
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Yes, it is audible. Not loud but you can hear it. If the flame is blue with no orange it is good. Put screening on the access panel to keep the bugs out.
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I actually walk by the fridge vent and have a listen when we stop (I've had experiences with the flame going out) and it sounds like a really quiet jet engine. It's not really loud, but you can definitely hear it. If it's quiet, you can also hear it from inside our trailer. Also a great idea to have the screen on, I installed ours the day we bought our trailer.
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