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Refrigerator on rv keeps going out

It works fine on ac. all other appliances work fine on propane. the tank is 3/4 full the flame will go out and the check light comes on sometimes it will stay lite for 2 hours sometimes for 2 minutes. it dosn't make a differance if I'm on the road or parked

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You probably have a dirty pilot safety. Clean the pilot with rustbuster.

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Assuming this is on a travel trailer / RV, correct?

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