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Old 10-08-2012, 06:36 PM   #1
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no gas to cooktop?

I no gas to cooktop. Valve is open at tank and under cooktop. Is there another place for valve?
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I no gas to cooktop. Valve is open at tank and under cooktop. Is there another place for valve?
Look on the baseboard by the fridge....my prev. C/Coach had an electronic switch (brown approx. 2x6").
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Is your propane alarm on (and working)?
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yes the propane alarm is working and reset, but no switch for gas.
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It might be that you need to bleed the line. When you turn on the gas, can you hear the hissss? If so you should be getting gas
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Silly question . . . are you sure you're not out of propane?
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Silly question . . . are you sure you're not out of propane?
Propane is needed to cook sea bugs
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DO you have power to the alarm and solenoid valve. A lot of the RVs have the alarm or no power close the gas solenoid valve.

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Propane is needed to cook sea bugs
Oh good grief. I suppose I will have to eat some next year in Oregon, huh?
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Oh good grief. I suppose I will have to eat some next year in Oregon, huh?
Yup, yummy.
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