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Old 05-25-2014, 03:49 PM   #1
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Propane Repair in Las Vegas

We are smelling propane on arrival in Las Vegas. We now have it shut off while we are on shore power.

Does anyone know of a propane repair place. We can bring it to camping world, but my experience suggests is that they won't be very quick about getting to it, especially following a three day weekend.
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There are dealers scattered all over the greater vegas area.. Not sure I'd care to recommend any of them however, the only one I've been to for service was Wheelers, which is now camping world.. They were, at the time, the largest.. But reports on the web were mixed about their service.. I've also been to Shahra (Sp, name of road and Casino) but not for service,, And again, Mixed reviews.

I recommend trying to find it yourself first. but that requires you know how.. I know how.
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Any propane dealer should have a contact for repairs to a propane piping system. It is no different than a home installation; a storage tank, valving, pressure regulator, piping/fittings, LP appliances. Sure they are in different locations, but have the same functions and require the same vapor pressure.
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Thanks everyone. Found a guy who services the park we're staying at who's available this evening. Price estimate when he arrives in a hour. For a Sunday night on a three day weekend it might be the most painless solution.
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