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Old 07-17-2015, 10:52 PM   #1
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Why is my refridgerator's Check light on?

I have LP Gas, but I'm not sure if the refridgerator will use it. Previously, my refridgerator was stuck running on DC, until I found the AC plug had fallen out behind the refrigerator. Once that was reconnected, it ran off AC. Today I found a construction crew had knocked my AC plug out of the 30 amp hookup, and everything had been running on battery all day.

I reconnected the 30 amp plug, but now my refrigerator says "Check". I don't know what to check.

Edit: Never mind, I just needed to turn it off and back on.
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Old 07-18-2015, 09:44 AM   #2
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Old 07-18-2015, 11:00 AM   #3
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That light comes on to let you know that at some point the unit had no power. If I unplug shore power before I hitch up, it comes on. It will stay on even after power restored. Just turn fridge off, then back on. I like this feature that let's you know something stopped the fridge at some point.
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That light comes on to let you know that at some point the unit had no power. If I unplug shore power before I hitch up, it comes on. It will stay on even after power restored. Just turn fridge off, then back on. I like this feature that let's you know something stopped the fridge at some point.
I think you are right about what happened. I found the power cable had been knocked out of the island-thing, by some construction crew. I wonder why the propane did not kick in if the AC was down.
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I think you are right about what happened. I found the power cable had been knocked out of the island-thing, by some construction crew. I wonder why the propane did not kick in if the AC was down.
Was there propane to use (as in empty or the valves were closed?)
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Was there propane to use (as in empty or the valves were closed?)
There is propane, but I don't know if I have to do anything to get the fridge to use it. My 2-burner stove works, so I know the propane is there. Somewhere.
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