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Old 01-09-2013, 03:12 PM   #15
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Terry, Thanks for the info. I will PM you about the volunteer position. Just curious, why did you get the adapter made so it hooks in after the regulator on the MH? My Extend a Stay goes between the tank valve and the regulator, so I don't need an additional regulator.
Actually we did it at the suggestion of the propane dealer so we have a long LOW pressure hose (but larger diameter) from external tank. It was also much easier to plumb it into system as our propane tank is mounted amidship on the coach. May concern now is that it appears that it bypasses the propane alarm system which automatically shuts down propane normally supplied from coach tank. Will have to look in to that.
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Old 01-09-2013, 06:31 PM   #16
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You are welcome Francesca. My background is as a certified Scuba Instructor and also a High Pressure Cylinder Inspector Instructor. I usually deal with high pressure air, but gas is gas and pressure is pressure. The only twist with propane is that it is a liquid that is trying to become a gas at room temperature.
This is a good example of both the up and the downside of internet forums...I "learned the facts" as I first posted them on one forum, and UNLEARNED them on this one!

I guess the lesson is to keep an open mind and a sharp eye...
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