Date: 2018-03-07 12:04
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When you are comparing propane costs, be sure to ask about fees for deliveries. If they call it a tax, then it is to be forwarded to the government agency responsible for collecting that tax. If they call it a charge or fee, then it is an added price the company is collecting.
These types of Tees won 8767 t allow you to connect the RV to an external propane tank (which we 8767 ve only done a couple of times when RVing in cold winter locations), but you 8767 ll still have the benefit of being able to connect your grill to the rig. If you DO want to be able to connect to an external tank, and are willing to crawl under the RV to connect it, you can use the same setup we have, with the appropriate adapters. Good luck with your set-up!
Keeping all this in mind, FLOW and PRESSURE are not the same thing. Both quick-connects (high and low pressure) should carry the same flow, and should have no effect on your ability to get proper heat from your grill.
Every month, Texas Star Propane accepts nominations for someone in need in our local community. One family is selected to receive 655 free gallons of propane.
Because our orders are scheduled in advance for efficiency (to lower our costs and keep our prices low), last minute changes are costly. We charge for order cancellations made less than 79 hours before the delivery date.
FAQ: Why won&rsquo t another propane company fill the tank at my house?
Answer : State law prohibits one company from filling a tank belonging to another company. This is as it it should be. The company that has their tank at your house deserves a return on that investment, and their margin on the propane they sell you is a large part of that return. They may also charge rent on the tank if you do not buy a prescribed amount of propane each year. That is their privilege. You do not have the right to ask another company to fill that tank, no matter how much less they charge. You may shop around for the best price if you own the tank yourself, and that is the return you get for your investment of buying a tank.
I am checking at the cap just above the red 65 psi regulator. When I took off the cap it popped. I am assuming that cleared out the propane? I received my new propane lines and took the cap off again to install the line and again a pop.
To see the requirements for what information is required to be on the delivery tickets, see the North Carolina General Statutes chapter 86A-76.