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Old 03-01-2015, 05:13 AM   #1
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Propane Tanks

On the propane deverter if the arrow is in the middle does that mean it is running on both tanks? That is how my old rv worked not sure on the RW. Antone able clue me in?
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On the propane deverter if the arrow is in the middle does that mean it is running on both tanks? That is how my old rv worked not sure on the RW. Antone able clue me in?
Yes, that is correct. Also, which ever direction the handle is pointing (left or right), LP is used from that tank until empty then automatically switches to the opposite side tank and the indicator will turn red indicating an empty tank.
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Running on both simultaneously would leave you without propane as indicator won't show empty til both are empty. I run on one side with both open & check indicator periodically.
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