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haste maker

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Posted: 03/04/20 08:20am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I am thinking about trying to put a "T" in my LP line @ the LP tank, has anyone else done this on a Class A ? If so did you have problems doing this ?


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You want high pressure? or low pressure? If you want high pressure you can either add a tee and a couple nipples by removing the POL fitting. Low pressure you can tee in anywhere downstream of the regulator. I would highly recommend that you add a shut off at your tee for your branch line.


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Low pressure to use outdoor grill & fire pit...shut off is a good idea...thanks

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If you prefer low pressure, make sure that none of your appliances (i.e. Firepit, BBQ, Etc.) do not have a regulator attached.
Propane does not like to be double regulated.

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fyrflie wrote:

If you prefer low pressure, make sure that none of your appliances (i.e. Firepit, BBQ, Etc.) do not have a regulator attached.
Propane does not like to be double regulated.


Look closely at the propane regulator on your RV. It is a two stage regulator. Then on the propane stove in your RV is a third regulator.

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