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Old 12-27-2011, 01:13 PM   #1
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propane horz 40 lbs40 lb`s valves/ 40 lbs bottles w hold down brackets new

need horz 40 lb valves new or new horz 40 lbs bottles w/hold down brackets, my regulator keeps freezing up i was told the vapor tubes are cracked, thanks

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A 40 lb horizontal mount ( 9 gal ) in USA terms is a bit of an odd-ball. Have you tried all local RV and propane supply stores? Who gave you the broken tube story ? Were the tanks just filled ? Possible overfilled or filled upright , when they should have been filled in the mounted possision. Is the freeze up the same no matter which tank is used for supply ? Sounds odd that both tanks would fail the same way at the same time !

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