LPG tank again With pics!

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Other-Power
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LPG tank again With pics!

Post by Other-Power »

Hi all,

Got some questions befor i buy bits that i might not need, would me greatfull is you could help as i am needing to use the gas soon.


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Ok so First I have to means of getting LPG into the tank, one to the right of the gage i belive to be a Lux (county) fitting as its says that on it. the one to the left of the gage is a what adapter?? is this the hole that the Gasure one screws into?

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What do these things do??

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And this one, do i need to screw this one in befor refilling? thanks

Can some one talk throught what i have to do to fill it up as well, sorry for the Q's but i want to do it properly.

Thanks

Jon
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hey put my tank back ..

ok the one with the red cap is the BBQ take off ( so i suppose you could take off whatever patio heater !!

the orange lever is the supply to the fridge / cooker
the other thing is the gas regulator
the screw tap , turn the gas on /off ( i'd turn it off while filling / driving )

as for fill the tank up , you will need an adaptor , give Steve Shaw a ring , look on his web site for the number
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Post by west E »

T'onion

do you know which adaptor is needed for the bbq take off as i've seen a portable gas bbq for £50.

cheers

ian
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Post by toomanytoys »

Looks like a "ACME" type filler, the adapter will either screw onto the exsisting one or actually replace it.. the large Brass nut with a hole in it will be the tank pressure relief and NOTHING should be placed in there....

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west E wrote:T'onion

do you know which adaptor is needed for the bbq take off as i've seen a portable gas bbq for £50.

cheers

ian


sorry no i dont
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