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Old 12-28-2018, 09:05 PM   #11
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They are Rego valves. 7647sc 3/4"NPT connection. the valves are like $25.
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Old 12-28-2018, 09:12 PM   #12
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They are Rego valves. 7647sc 3/4"NPT connection. the valves are like $25.
Thank you very much. Just found it on Amazon. Looks like a perfect replacement.

https://www.amazon.com/Rego-Propane-...k+filler+valve
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Are you replacing this yourself?
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Yep. I would definitely go to a propane dealer/distributor and have them replace it.
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Are you replacing this yourself?
No. Iím a little slow but not yet at a complete stop. Turning metal on metal with a big wrench next to propane is not something Iím comfortable with.
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Old 12-30-2018, 10:15 AM   #16
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Call the manufacturer...they have been very helpful to me.
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That will be a stop fill valve probably ceodeux (V13414 manchester tank Part#)
RegO makes fill valves but they don't make stop fill valves.
That valve has a float in the tank that shut off the flow. the valve is installed on the 80% line of the tank to prevent overfill and yes most of them are a POS.
Contact your local LP gas dealers (not refillers like pilot/loves) and see if the will order and install for you. i would be bitching to the dealer but i understand your reasoning.

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Update...project complete. Went by two propane dealers and was told by both that they fill MH tanks but do not work on them.

One of the places was kind enough to demonstrate on one of their tanks how to remove the valve. They said my valve was probably one with the overfill protection device which has a history of high failure rates.

Yep...that’s what it was.



That valve was installed with the “top” marker indication offset about 30 degrees. That alone would stop the fill at about 65 percent, and worse if the MH was parked nose down during filling. The dealer pointed out that that was probably the problem but since there was no way to test the fitting it should be replaced. Since the tank comes with a pressure relief fitting the OPD setup is redundant. I replaced it with the standard “Rego” brand valve and all is well now.



Many thanks to Shoooey for pointing me in the right direction.
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Out of curiosity, what is the secret to removing the valve safely? Wondering what the dealer who gave you the advice said. Glad you got it taken care of.
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I'm glad you got it changed without incident. And now you can finally get a full tank.
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