Originally Posted by AgentTaylor
I have not tried bleeding air supply but I don't know why it would have any air in the hose. We have never added any propane yet. We are not parked in an area with shore power. We turned on the generator and switched the auto setting to LP but when we turned the generator off, the fridge turned off instead of continuing on LP.
FWIW when buying propane I look for places used to dealing with motor homes. They are a bit different than filling a barbecue tank. Some folks get it and some do not. BTDT.
Now for trouble shooting. If you have not used the system for a while air can replace the propane in the hose. Not sure why but it is easy to address. Light the stove. If the stove runs most of the line is filled with propane so the refrigerator might fault once or twice but should then run.
The stove will also tell you if the propane valve is closed or the excess flow valve tripped. If the stove will not light make sure the tank valve is on. IF the valve is on, turn it off then slowly turn back on. There is a leak preventer function that shuts off the flow if it gets too high.
If the stove is working and the refrigerator is not turn on a light. If the light comes on you have 12 VDC. If not then toggle the storage/salesman switch. You need that on to supply power to the control board. If that does not turn on the refrigerator you need to get into serious trouble shooting. Post back with what you did and saw and somebody will jump in.