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Old 10-25-2010, 07:43 PM   #1
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Question Any Propane Dealers In Central Ohio Area That Works On Propane Leaks?

I have googled but none says if they actually work on your RV concerning a propane leak.

I would hate to take it to a RV dealership and pay their hourly rate.

Thanks in advance for any input.
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Do you know where the leak is located or must it be located? Leak detector fluid can be purchased but dish washing liquid mixed with water and sprayed on will normaly show bubbles indicating leaks. A electronic sniffer can be purchased from about $75-300 which will locate just about anything even from a distance. Repairs on lines/fittings/connections are fairly simple to make. Any leakage on applicances best be made by techs.
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See very bottom of this thread. It is coming out where it goes in at. U-Haul does not work on leaks.

U-Haul Could Not Place Propane In My Tank
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I have googled but none says if they actually work on your RV concerning a propane leak.

I would hate to take it to a RV dealership and pay their hourly rate.

Thanks in advance for any input.
Yes indeed. There is a little known place right around the corner from me here in Gahanna....Gahanna Trailer. They work on just about anything Coach related and most Chassis work. They can refill propane as well. They've been there for like 40 yrs or something, good people, good work, fair pricing, highly recommended. See Sam!
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Yes indeed. There is a little known place right around the corner from me here in Gahanna....Gahanna Trailer. They work on just about anything Coach related and most Chassis work. They can refill propane as well. They've been there for like 40 yrs or something, good people, good work, fair pricing, highly recommended. See Sam!
I think I did speak to Sam today. (I wrote it down at work) They charge 60 bucks an hour which is reasonable. Althoug he seemed to know what was wrong with it, he said they would need to to maybe keep it for two days. I work close there but live 30 miles away.

I called my local RV dealer and they would charge 99 dollars an hour but it would be local.

Since the camping season is basically over, I can take my time and figure out how to do this.

Thanks for your suggestion as I may still try to go with them.
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