So I'm likely just impatient. It seems the freezer is working and starting to cool down. The fridge is still warm.
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That is normal. The freezer compartment cools down first. We almost always cool ours on electric, then let it switch to gas when traveling. To help it cool down faster you can put some milk jugs of frozen water in it. The RV fridges can take up to 24 hours to get fully cooled down and stabilized. They don't work as fast as a residential style fridge with a compressor.
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2015 Coleman CM16FBS(traded) 2016 Concord 300DS
2015 Ford Fusion Hybrid following along
Just got back from a 3700 mile trip to KS. ONE TIME, my fridge side faced a car refueling at a gas station. The wind was the wrong way. I went all the way around, turned off the fridge, got out and found he was already gone. No explosion. Normally, I leave it on, but do try to park in the "first" pump, where the fridge is 30 ft away from anything. If it were really such a threat, the government would mandate motion-detection-shutoff valves on the propane line. To me, the fridge companies got rid of the 12VDC option because gas "on the go" was acceptable. JMHO