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Old 02-12-2012, 03:14 AM   #43
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Denise and I sometimes can go all summer on two 30 pound tanks. In the winter storm watching expeditions to the park on the edge of the Pacific Ocean in winter with everything (fridge, furnace, water-heater) running we sometimes make it two weeks and thats with a lot of luck and sunny weather.

Most times I have to switch in the third tank to make the two week.
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You said it TXiceman they just don't want to pay the claim! Pretty soon you'll have to set up a perimiter of caution tape when you park for the night!
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"Hogwash" LOL, I like that.There shouldn't be any reason one can't use their fridge while driving, unless it is an exceptionally steep incline (or decline) of long duration. Suburban Furnaces recommends that one should not use their furnace while driving. I wrote them back an email saying that I was driving along the 70th Parallel... and what should I do to keep warm while traveling? They never wrote back. Thanks for your post.
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