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Old 10-05-2016, 03:21 PM   #1
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LP Gas not getting to appliances

Just bought a Country Coach Allure filled the LPG tank and am getting no gas to the appliances. any suggestions there is a solenoid valve in the line from the tank. Thanks in advance!
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Just bought a Country Coach Allure filled the LPG tank and am getting no gas to the appliances. any suggestions there is a solenoid valve in the line from the tank. Thanks in advance!
Check and make sure any gas cutoff switch is turned on.
Turn off the gas and then check the solenoid for proper operation, use jumper leads.

If the solenoid works then trace the wires to the source and find the bad switch or short.
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Just bought a Country Coach Allure filled the LPG tank and am getting no gas to the appliances. any suggestions there is a solenoid valve in the line from the tank. Thanks in advance!
Did you find the switch to open the solenoid valve?
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Old 10-05-2016, 05:32 PM   #4
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Could be lp detector switch not on
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did you open the knob very slowly? if you just open it fast the safety valve won't open.
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Did you find the switch to open the solenoid valve?
No I haven't found it
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My switch is on the floor by the fridge, if you don't turn it on, no gas will flow
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Just bought a Country Coach Allure filled the LPG tank and am getting no gas to the appliances. any suggestions there is a solenoid valve in the line from the tank. Thanks in advance!
I wish to say thank you to all that responded I found the LP shut off switch it was well hidden!!
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I wish to say thank you to all that responded I found the LP shut off switch it was well hidden!!

Did that solve the problem?
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Did that solve the problem?
Yes it did, Thanks
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