I was just at RV dealer near me and had them check the norcold refrig because it did not switch over to gas when I unplugged the electric. They did some burner service and replace a part supposively. Do you have to turn on the batteries to make this happened. and drive this way. Never had to do this in my prior gulfstream coach.
There are pros and cons on driving with the propane on as the frig will stay cold for a period of time while you travel. But when you don't have electric available why won't the propane work.??? Also what is a good temperature to keep the frig at as some of my food froze in frig since this frig is part of the slide and is exposed to the weather temps. This is a whole new experience for me to get used too.
This is one of the situations I am finding out after purchasing this coach. When you buy used this is what happens. I am used to having a dometic frig and never had a norcold brand refrig.