Propane Is On And Refrigerator Says Check Propane

by Karen
(santa ysabel indian reservation)

Question:Hi Robbie,

The propane tanks are full. The refrigerator was turned off because I was gone.. doors left open to air... but now when I turn it back on it keeps flashing saying check propane..

Robbie: I would need a model number to assist you and exactly what it reads on the display.


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Dec 06, 2015
by: Anonymous

when running my refrigerator on propane it will run for about four hours or less and shut off due to propane not remaining on I.e. No blue flame . What is your take refrigerator is a2006 nor old.

Dec 06, 2015
by: Anonymous

then what

Mar 09, 2017
fridge not working on propane
by: mike

norcold PCB ignition relay might have separated from board,causing intermittent or permanent propane ignition failure.

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