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ol Bombero-JC

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Posted: 06/26/22 12:16pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

bob213 wrote:

Try AmeriGas in Oxnard


The OP is in Simi Valley - looooong way to Oxnard !!....[emoticon]

(and -Yikes!-you're in Fresno ??)

With a little bit of effort *locally* you can find a *convenient* place to refill. About 3 miles from my home in Orange County, a local gas/diesel station refills tanks at a good price...[emoticon]
(they do a good business filling tanks - often several folks waiting!)

*NEVER* had the attendant that comes out to the giant supply tank - check the date on the 20# or 40# tank you want him to fill...[emoticon]

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bob213 wrote:

Try AmeriGas in Oxnard

I called them. They said the closest location that does the recertification is in Orange County (Placentia).


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ol Bombero-JC wrote:

bob213 wrote:

Try AmeriGas in Oxnard


The OP is in Simi Valley - looooong way to Oxnard !!....[emoticon]

(and -Yikes!-you're in Fresno ??)

With a little bit of effort *locally* you can find a *convenient* place to refill. About 3 miles from my home in Orange County, a local gas/diesel station refills tanks at a good price...[emoticon]
(they do a good business filling tanks - often several folks waiting!)

*NEVER* had the attendant that comes out to the giant supply tank - check the date on the 20# or 40# tank you want him to fill...[emoticon]

Como se dice...."gracias amigo!"...[emoticon]

~

I used to have a place that didn't check. That was before they became a tank exchange dealer. Now they check because it means more $$$$ for them if the tanks are expired.

I found a place in Sylmar. They wouldn't tell me over the phone how much they will charge. Said I had to take it to the dock and have a technician inspect it and he would tell me. They also refill there. It's looking more like I might just order a pair of new tanks from Camping World (oddly they seem to have the best price).

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