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Old 05-24-2012, 07:02 PM   #1
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Fridge propane light flashing

My TT is on shore power and I turned my fridge to "Auto" to get it cold for the ride out to the campground tomorrow.

It is flashing a green light. Ii checked my propane tanks and they are off.
Will this light stop flashing?

The fridge is cooling and getting cold.
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Old 05-24-2012, 07:27 PM   #2
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Actually, the freezer is getting cold but the fridge is not so cold.
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Make sure the tt is level, then turn the switch to off for 10 seconds. Turn it back to auto and it should stop flashing.
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Sometimes I think it helps to run on propane for a bit till the air bubbles work it's way out.
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Old 05-24-2012, 08:47 PM   #5
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Make sure the tt is level, then turn the switch to off for 10 seconds. Turn it back to auto and it should stop flashing.
I hope that does the trick. Other half is at home now putting the stabilizers down and leveling the TT.

Cross your fingers!
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Sometimes I think it helps to run on propane for a bit till the air bubbles work it's way out.
Diesel, I will try that also. Thank you.
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Had same prob on out first outing and both previous replies are what worked for us, making sure we were level and then just waiting for air to clear - good advice guys! Happy camp days!
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If you put your fridge on auto your propane needs to be on
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All good advise; ditto to all!!!
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If you put your fridge on auto your propane needs to be on
Mine will work on auto (electric) with the propane off. Maybe some are different.
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