Thanks Carol. I installed a new regulator and my understanding is they are all set to 11 inches w.c. (water column) which is an industry standard for propane
appliances. I will make a simple nanometer and test that at 1500 ft and where I camp at 4800 ft.
Just thought of something - regulator is made (and factory set) in San Marcos Texas which is only a few hundred feet above sea level. Wonder how much it deviates in Kelowna BC (1500 ft)?
I was told that fridges are designed to cool/freeze the freezer first then cool the fridge and also told that they are quite intolerant
to gas pressure changes............the operating window is something like 10.6 to 11.4 w.c. So, maybe there is just barely enough pressure to freeze the freezer but nothing left to cool the fridge - hummmmm.
I would love to cram the fridge full but then I would eat to much!! No, I don't cram and try to pack things with spaces between.
No ice build up in freezer.
I have no fans installed inside or out but that is on the to do list.