High temp sensor of Stack ---DC wires go directly to Circuit Board Terminals[/COLOR]
We always precool the fridge for 18 or more hrs
, and try to load it hrs before we travel to give it a chance at least be an adequate passive cooler. It's typically in the 90s when we leave so im pretty certain the fridge never reaches a point where its reaches a set point and does a normal flame out and just fails to restart.
I'm fairly confident that something is causing it to extinguish and then it fails to relight. Do you think it's reasonable to try to totally shield the burner from any type of air disturbance in a way that doesn't restrict air flow to the evaporator?
IF you are precooling for 18 hrs then freezer and food compartment SHOULD be COLD
What temp is in the 90's....fridge or ambient air temps?
If ambient.....fridge should still be COLD especially after 18hrs of precooling == if NOT fridge is not working correctly
Do you think air currents from the roof top chimney are a likely issue or more likely from the service panel?
This has been such a frustrating situation for many Lance owners, with no real support from Norcold.[/QUOTE]
Air disturbance .... possible
Propane has a narrow range fuel/air ratio
Below 2% Gas...no ignition (too air rich)
Above 10% Gas...no ignition (too fuel rich)
System pressure is only 0.39psi
So Fuel/Air ratio has to be correct or no ignition
A 'shield' to isolate burner could prevent air gusts that could disrupt the flame.
My Dometic has a Cover Shield that almost completely encloses the burner area (Dometics Idea/Concept for Recalls ---- Norcold went with a Recall Box)
Hasn't interfered with burner operation and it has been that way since 2008
Hope some of this helps.
In transit intermittent issues with gas ops is difficult at best