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Old 10-03-2012, 11:44 PM   #29
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Here in WA they have to use a temperature compensated pump, everybody gets the same pressure and the same amount that way.

Covered by Washington Administrative Code (WAC)I did do an exchange once on my home BBQ tank though. That was before they started charging extra if it didn't have an OPD valve.

Due to the size of most storage tanks the volume varies very little between day and night temperatures.

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Old 10-04-2012, 11:34 AM   #30
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Many U-Haul places fill tanks, (I do not think all do) some even can do re-certification (Dang few) when the tanks need it.. Be advised the exchange places do rip you off, they do not fill the tank to 80 percent but short you a gallon or two.

Plus they charge way more per exchange than you pay for a refill. (Enough so to make buying your own tank the better deal).

To find propane near you Google: Propane {Zip code}

Where of course the brackets and what's between them, is your CURRENT zip code.. I like to look for a "Dealer" with photos of large delivery trucks on his web page. Not always, but often, the best price around.

Last one wanted to give me directions... till I gave her my name.. (They bought my dad's farm).

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