Hey all- The first couple times I camped with my new to me popup, the fridge worked great on propane. Was told when I bought it that 120 didn't work on it. Lately, I'm able to get the ignition to strike, and I get a good blue flame, but it won't stay on if I don't hold down the button on the propane controls. Yesterday, I started looking at it, and determined the 120v element is fried...tested it and only get 80 ohms of resistance, when it should be higher than that (don't recall how much off the top of my head). A replacement element is awfully expensive, I'd rather get it fixed on propane and not worry about it as something to invest in right now. So, on the propane side, like it said, it DID work very well. I get a good blue flame when I start it, and even if I hold the button down for 5 minutes, it still goes out when I release it. My plan is to pull the fridge tomorrow, and clean out the flue and the "crack pipe". I'll follow the instructions in the Sticky "SUCCESS! Propane Fridge Repair". Any other suggestions people might have for me? How can I test the thermocouple, and make sure it still works? I know it should be giving out 30ish millivolts, but where should i measure that from (or can I)? I appreciate your thoughts and suggestions! Thanks!