Headed out this weekend to discover the fridge in our '94 (it's been replaced 5 years ago with a new one) would not shift from AC to gas when the shore power was stowed. Meaning no refrigeration as we travelled.
Switched it successfully to gas once we reconnected to shore power. Noticed the batteries are only producing a dim 12-volt lighting.
Theory: There's not enough juice in the batteries to successfully power-up the solenoid that lights the gas when it's relying on the batteries only.
Make sense? Need new batteries? Your thought is appreciated!
'94 Excella 1000; '03 Silverado 2500HD