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Medium Duty Trucks (Class 4-6).

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    • On some RV LP Gas fridges I've owned (in case you cant bleed air using a stove or water heater etc) after I change a gas bottle or run out and refill etc. and turn the fridge back on to gas and there's air in the lines, it may try to light a few times and fail then lock out and stop further tries. However, if I turn it back OFF and wait and then back ON (resets) it will repeat the try to light cycle and often light the second time. John T  NOT any fridge expert but this usually works for (the many) fridges I've owned.
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