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Old 05-23-2013, 11:24 PM   #1
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Possible Fridge igniter problems?

We had our camper plugged into the house electric to get the fridge cold. It automatically went to propane when we traveled to the campground. Upon arriving, I saw a fault code come up on the fridge display. The manual stated that It might be an igniter out or not relighting. Anyone know if this is an easy fix? Works fine when plugged into AC.
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Old 05-24-2013, 06:06 AM   #2
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Possible Fridge igniter problems?

Did you try resetting the fridge once you got to the campground? I'm assuming you checked and your propane tank was on. It's possible your flame went out while driving own the road and the fridge was unable to relight due to the airflow, which is why you want to test at the campground.

May want to try cleaning the burner, spiders love to make nests in there.
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I have had a "F" fault code a few times. I turn the unit off, then back on and it starts working. I had to do this twice one time. This normally happens after taking the RV from storage, once we start using it, it doesnt happen until next trip.
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Thanks for the responses. As it turns out, I thought I turned the propane on and actually turned it off. DUH!!!!! Also the breakers at the campsite electric box weren't on. Another DUH!!!
Next time I will try to put a more worthy question. Thanks again for trying to help out!
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Possible Fridge igniter problems?

The best kind of problem is no problem at all . Camp on!
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Righty tighty, lefty loosey for the propane VALVE.
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