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Old 02-24-2014, 09:42 AM   #15
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It could affect an old style mercury switch type t-stat
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I had this same problem.Turns out the propane had moisture in it.The propane company put some alcohol in the tank and solved the problem.
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I had this same problem.Turns out the propane had moisture in it.The propane company put some alcohol in the tank and solved the problem.
Interesting! How was it determined that there was water in the propane tank? Thanks!
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