The fridge needs to be plugged in 24 hours prior to departure. I put ice packs in it to get it started, then after it's been running for 24 hours I put the food in. In the summer you have to keep it turned all the way down, and don't let it stand agape for too long when you're getting something out. We run it on propane while on the road as the battery option isn't too great.
The stove is a pain but it does work. It has a safety mechanism that makes it shut off if the flame blows out. This mechanism makes it hard to light. Light a match, push the knob in and light the burner WITHOUT letting the knob out. You MUST hold the knob in for AT LEAST 15 seconds while the flame heats up the safety gizmo. Then let the knob out and the burner will stay lit. Sometimes it takes 20 seconds. Also, you cannot have a pot sitting on the stove, because the contents of the pot will keep the gizmo from heating up. Once it's lit you can put your pan on the stove.
Your fan probably works too. I find it quirky. You have to have the on button pushed in, then push the fan button or something like that. I can't give you specifics, because I just push butttons randomly until it comes on. I think the on button is the one all the way to the right - but again am not sure.
Lance 1475 "Snoopy"
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