Originally Posted by apackoftwo
I turned on "Auto" which I should have on any way. Asked if the camp lost power for some reason. Checked the fuse..it was good...reset/test outlet from hook up box turned on the other propane tank as I only had one turned on.
Its on Auto and the 2nd tank is on and its working but need to figure out why is quit so it doesn't happen again....plus I am getting ready to do a couple nights of boon docking....THANKS!!
What Mack said is dead on right.
But need to ask and need more info.
The check light only comes on for a fault when it is running on gas. You will never get a fault light when running on electric. The fault light means the gas flame went out due to no gas OR you had gas and it would not light. Both are a flame failure.
If you only had one tank on and the tank was low, you may have run out of gas as the auto switch over regulator had nothing to switch to.
Question: When this event happened was the fridge on Auto or LP gas mode?
Was the camper plugged into 120 VAC shore power?
When you came back to the camper and found the problem, before pushing any buttons, was the light on inside the fridge when you opened the door?
When you went to the LP tank when this happened, did you look at the auto switch over regulator and was the indicator green or red? Red means you ran out of gas on that bottle.
The door being open will not create a fault light, it may just just never cool down as it is trying to cool the camper.
How long where you away from the camper?
Hope this helps
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