Originally Posted by Trempert
Make sure your house batteries are charged and your battery disconnect is "on" (meaning the coach has house power). Without house power, the safety valve will be left in the off position. An easy way to check is to touch the shiny silver end of the safety valve that is attached to the propane tank and it will be very warm (I would even say hot) to the touch. If not, then the safety valve is stopping the propane. A "hot" valve means it is open for propane to flow.
“(I would even say hot)”
I would describe it as TOO hot to touch.
I almost had a nervous breakdown when I was trouble shooting a MAJOR
I almost had THE BIG one when I found the leak.
We lost 2/3 of a tank on the way home (50 miles) from picking up our “NEW” motor home.
Whoever filled the tank forgot to tighten the hose.
Wouldn’t leak sitting still, but any vibration would send a plume of propane straight at the HOT