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Old 09-16-2014, 02:37 PM   #1
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Running refrigerator on propane in a pole barn

I store my coach in a 70 X 70 pole barn. At the present, there is only one car and a 20' boat sharing the space. Can I hurt anything if I run my refrigerator on propane overnight inside the pole barn?
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only if it catches on fire.I don't see any problem along as long as there is good ventilation.
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NO, I don't think it would hurt a thing.
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only if it catches on fire.I don't see any problem along as long as there is good ventilation.
WOW ! I didn't think of that.
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