JackD, I guess I am the only one that ordered a three way fridge. When on the road we are always on DC. No problems when we stop for gas as it is on DC. On the road there is no open flame in case of an accident and this has been the standard for the RV industry for years. When we stop overnight and plug in we go to Auto which usually allows AC to take over and if no AC available propane becomes the source. If we go aboard a ferry or tunnel where no propane is allowed, we are on DC. Just my thoughts. Bob
We turn ours on auto and leave it on until we get back home. I always forget to turn off when fueling. I know it is recommended but as I get older I get dumber.