My 36 yr old refrigerator
has not worked on the propane
setting since I got the trailer last year. So I've been using it on A/C and it worked just fine or as an ice box. Last week I was getting ready for a boondocking
trip so I thought I'd try to get the fridge
going on the gas mode. Following everyones' advise on this forum, I disconnected the gas lines at all points to the fridge
and blew them out, thinking there may be a spider web in there. I was surprised that a liquid (I believe water) came out at 2 of the connection points. Can anyone tell me what caused moisture to build up in the gas line? The regulator was shot so I replaced it at the beginning of summer, so is it possible the faulty regulator could have caused the condensation in the line?
Good news is that after I reconnected everything the refrigerator
worked great on the gas mode. It started right up with the piezo starter. The refrigerator
kept everything very cold for 5 days so I was very pleased.
THANK YOU all for all the great information I've gotten from the forum. You've saved me countless dollars in repair bills from all the items I've fixed or upgraded myself. There's a lot of self satisfaction too that goes along with doing these projects and getting great results. I'm a happy camper!