Propane Fridge Ignition High Altitude?
We've been camping in our bus a lot lately and looking for problems before the big move in. This past week we spent five days at zero elevation along a river. No problems with propane items in bus (fridge/stove). Then we drove up a mountain and camped in some cold weather. The first morning there we used our propane heater, obviously the fridge and were cooking on the stove. Then we went for a walk. When we came back the fridge was making this very loud FUMP noise periodically. It sounded like a whole bunch of gas igniting at one time. I got freaked and turned the propane off in the bus. A couple of hours later, it stopped making the noise. Any advice here. My father-in-law mentioned the altitude and it was really cold. When I turned the propane off from the outside, the handles and lines had crystals on them. Anyone with experience in this area would be greatly appreciated - I've got three small kids on that bus and honestly, it scared me. Thanks for your time.