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Old 08-09-2014, 03:03 PM   #1
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Propane Shut Off at stove

Does anyone know if there is a propane shut off valve at the stove? We travel with propane on for refrigerator and would like to keep the stove top off until we are ready to use it. Whilst traveling I accidental bumped into the gas stove and didn't realize propane was leaking into the MH until I smelled it. Luckily I was able to get it turned off and the MH vented.


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Old 08-09-2014, 03:40 PM   #2
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You mean like this?

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That's pretty nice. Have you used it?


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I have use one on a boat, the Solenoid is normal located at the propane tanks on a boat, there is a light on the panel that let you know when the Solenoid is on and gas to the system. Most cruising boat use them as the hull is big hole in the water that would trap propane as it would settle in as it is heavier then air. Never had a problem.

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It definitely looks like what I'm interested in. I though I might be able to just put an inline valve with a 90 deg. handle but this would be nice because you just have to push a button and you don't have to lift up the range cover and mess with it every time you want to use the stove.


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