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Old 09-18-2009, 11:25 AM   #1
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Hi... I am at work and Michele is loading up at home for the trip to Tahoe after
w*rk today.

Fridge is a 2 way only (120 / Propane).

Turned it on the other day and plugged in... Yesterday it was cold (she put
some Coke in). Today it is warm. She sez we are getting 120 (Micro works), and
fridge is on Auto and sez AC. And the temp is down to 4 - close to the coldest setting.

What could have happend since yesterday?

I hitched it up after work last nite, drove it around the block to get it headed
the right way for her to bring it to my w*rk and it ia parked **fairly** level
on the street.

Any ideas?????????


(backup plan... she is loading food into an ice chest... )
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Old 09-18-2009, 12:29 PM   #2
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This maybe a dumb question, but did you make sure you had 120v to the heating element ?
If all else fails put it on propane.

Bill K

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Hi... I am at work and Michele is loading up at home for the trip to Tahoe after
w*rk today.

Fridge is a 2 way only (120 / Propane).

Turned it on the other day and plugged in... Yesterday it was cold (she put
some Coke in). Today it is warm. She sez we are getting 120 (Micro works), and
fridge is on Auto and sez AC. And the temp is down to 4 - close to the coldest setting.

What could have happend since yesterday?


I hitched it up after work last nite, drove it around the block to get it headed
the right way for her to bring it to my w*rk and it ia parked **fairly** level
on the street.

Any ideas?????????


(backup plan... she is loading food into an ice chest... )
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Old 09-18-2009, 12:35 PM   #3
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She is home, and I am at work. She DID flip it over to propane and she said it still didn't get any coolness at all.

She is going to pick me up at w*rk in 3 hours or so, and I will take SOME time over the weekend while we are camping to at least LOOK at it.



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If all else fails put it on propane.

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