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Old 09-22-2015, 07:49 AM   #11
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We checked the air valve and all looked good. I don't think the smell is gray or black, I think it's propane from the furnace. We had one tank that was empty so we switched to the full tank, can having a low or empty tank cause a propane smell? Thank you everyone for your replies.
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They all LOOK good, but could still be defective. Replace all of them in the trailer.
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They all LOOK good, but could still be defective. Replace all of them in the trailer.
X2, can't tell by looking
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The odor is gone, we switched to a full tank and it solved the problem. Thanks everyone.
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The odor is gone, we switched to a full tank and it solved the problem. Thanks everyone.
You should never smell propane inside your unit regardless of tanks being full, empty or anywhere in between. Have the propane system checked out by a professional and have that propane detector checked or replaced. The life of you and your loved ones depend on it.
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