Hello all this is my first post on this forum so I apologize if this has been previously discussed. I have a 2008 Palomino pop up with a 3-way fridge. Propane/120V/12V. My issue is this. When I try to run the fridge on propane, I can light the pilot and it stays on .. but the fridge does not get cold. Occasionally I see a small orange flame flare up but it is very infrequent. The fridge runs fine on 120 volt .. so I assume there's nothing wrong with the fridge itself. Does anyone have any idea what may be happening ? ADDENDUM: I think it is important to add some history. My *original* problem (it seems like a millennium ago) was that the pilot would light while the grey knob was depressed but when released the pilot would go out. At that time (to keep the pilot lit), a friend suggested running the propane concurrently with the 12v switch On. I protested that this is NOT how the system is designed to work, but we tried and with the 12v switch On, the pilot stayed on ! However, because the fridge is designed to run on only ONE energy source at a time (not to mention draining the 12v battery), I threw out the concurrent idea altogether. This meant I still had the problem of the pilot going out (after releasing the grey knob). So after some research (I think it was a post on this forum) it was suggested that because gas was reaching the pilot, the problem of the pilot going out was not likely due to a faulty valve but may be due to a misaligned or faulty thermocouple. This is when I decided to have a look at the thermocouple (and this is why in the photo the metallic cylinder has been removed). And this brings me back to the top of this post .. the pilot is now staying on, but the fridge is not getting cold. BTW, I think the pilot is staying on *now* because the thermocouple *is* working fine but may have been jarred into correct alignment while I was removing the metallic cylinder. I apologize for the length of this post but I felt that the history was important.