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Old 04-22-2007, 03:36 PM   #15
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Larry, I have no idea if the factory used the process you discussed, but I will definitely ask the question. Thanks so much for another clue.

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We have an alpenlite fifthwheel with a bad regulator and a new one doesn't mean it is set up for the correct pressure. A certified propane installer told me all kinds of things while he work on our rv in Az. ATC #5978

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re: propane freezing. Just by driving 8 miles with just the refer on, it defrosted. The dealer tested the propane pressure with just the refer on at 11 column inches. With stove top lit, it went down to 10 column inches. This (he said) should be plenty of pressure to run most everything. He deducted that with my 'extra' blue flame heater running, the propane is either mixed with water or butane was in the mix. I now ask (can't depend upon the answer) if the propane they are selling is 100% or mixed.

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