So why am I writing this again today?
Well, I received an email from a dear, dear friend who said she had a similar experience this past weekend.
Try as she might, she couldn't get her refrigerator started in the Gas mode.
Click, click, click went the switch.
Remembering my past experience, she made sure she had the refrigerator turned on.
But click, click, click went the switch.
She double checked her propane
supply by igniting the stove.
But, still, no go in the gas mode.
It took awhile, but she finally figured out that she had the little refrigerator switch turned on, alright, but it was pointed to the DC mode, rather than the GAS mode.
Not the same as me, but just as silly.
So, I guess what I'm trying to say, is if you are trying to start your refrigerator in the GAS mode ... it's a lot easier to start if the switch is set to GAS.
The darn thing doesn't want to ignite when you have the switch set to OFF or DC.