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Old 08-29-2013, 03:12 PM   #43
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I don't know what model of 1996 Winnebago you have, but in all the 1996 manuals I looked in under Safety Precautions subsection Fuel and LP Gas it states: "All pilot lights must be extinguished and appliances turned off while refilling the fuel tank or LP tank."

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On the other hand, because you have a 17 year old coach, it may be good advice to have your LPG system inspected by professionals, if that has not already been done.

Over time you could develop issues where leaks could happen. Especially with any rubber tubing, etc.

Also be sure you have all your smoke and gas detectors checked and in good working order.
i had it checked when i had it filled twice all ready
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i had it checked when i had it filled twice all ready
Great! One more thing off your list.
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Mark here is a Brochure and a Owners Manual for your coach.

This link will get you to plumbing diagrams, wiring and other information you need for your coach.

Have fun and safe travels.
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