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RE: Propane regulator making noise

My apologies I needed to look at the picture closer. It sucks getting old
GASMAN6674 09/23/20 08:41am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Propane regulator making noise

The RegO 7525 series is a twin stage regulator. the change over head is the first stage (tank to 10psi) and the second regulator is the low pressure (10 psi to 11"wc) The unit carries a 10 year warranty. PS be aware the tanks shown in the picture are no longer "legal" all DOT bottle up to 40# require a OPD valve and all OPD valve have both internal POL and external QCC connections So you can continue to use POL pigtails thou I would recommend excess flow style connections. Your Unit- Your Loss
GASMAN6674 09/21/20 07:56am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Back Up Camera

I bought a unit from Tadi Brothers and have been very happy with it. Got two cameras and a seven inch monitor for under $500 ( sorry dont remember exactly) camera for the TV was plug and play for my furrion premiere. And I use the second one as a hitch cam.
GASMAN6674 07/24/20 07:04pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Hard side 5th wheel leak

I don't see any gutter extensions. you might want to replace or add them. They are easily removed by trees.
GASMAN6674 05/05/20 02:59pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Class A LP Tank

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.
GASMAN6674 03/04/20 08:32am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
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