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Old 11-26-2014, 08:48 AM   #1
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What does BDS mean when referring to propane, also what does DSI mean when referring to refrigerators.
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Don't know what BDS is, but DSI is direct spark ignition. It means you don't have to light a pilot light. The flame of the furnace, stove, water heater or refrigerator will be automatically lit with a piezoelectric igniter.
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Thank you for the info, another poster referred to BDS regarding propane tanks being turned off during vehicle refueling.
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only thing I know of BDS (blower direct service) is a type injection service used in hot rods and race cars. don't know what that would have to do with an RV
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