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Old 12-15-2010, 11:52 AM   #1
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2000 discovery extend a stay propane conversion

On my fleetwood discovery I want to connect an aux tank for extended stays in parks. I have looked a Marshalls but since the unit is installed behind the regulator there is no way to check for any system leak with the main tank midstream under the coach. Has anyone made this conversion or have any ideas ?
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I'm not clear what the problem is. The extend-a-stay is usually installed right before the regulator and any leak test would be done right there. Is your regulator inaccessible?
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You must stay in cold area's. I full time in my D and only need to fill the LP tank once a year.

Your 25 gal tank has a usable 20 gal of LP
Check for leaks when you install the extender.
Make sure that your inside LP detector is working.
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