Good morning Sarah
, hopefully we have a cool refrigerator this morning.
The fridge has been operating on 110 volts in the AC ELEC mode displayed on your fridge panel.
The AC mode takes precedent over the gas mode when plugged into electricity.
Didn't want to confuse the issue yesterday by giving this information to you.
What we will do today is pull the electric plug out of the outlet and your refrigerator being in the AUTO mode will switch over to the GAS mode.
If your 12v battery has been charged enough it should do this for us, move from electric to gas. IF the battery didn't charge enough over night it may not switch over for us.
The 12v has to operate the control board your display panel in front of you and any lights you may have on in coach. Lets keep our fingers X.
The DC button will never be on unless you are traveling its a poorly efficient mode for operation of your refrigerator, the DC heating element is small and will only maintain your fridge temps 4-6 hours while traveling. Its very important that after traveling for day you shut of DC mode so the AUTO function can now operate your fridge.
The AUTO gas function may not operate immediately because we may have air in gas line that will have to be cleared it may go to red X on your display panel you will than reset to start again. If you look at page #14 in your operation manual 3-way operation and read you will see what I'm talking about.
I hope this works for once just so we know your gas operation of fridge is working correctly and a dealer can not say it isn't and bill you for extra work thats not necessary. Maybe you won't need a dealer after all this.
If it works and we have enough 12v's we can than plug back in your electric cord and keep the fridge working until you can get your 12v house batteries fully charged.
Here is some information about the 12 Volt side of Life
its good reading and will give you the information on how things function in your motor home.
Maybe you need to print all this info for future use it may help when not connected to irv2.