Originally Posted by ependydad
As they say- there are many ways to skin the ole cat. I leave both tanks open and usually have a good feel for how long one tank lasts. Now that I understand my switchover, I haven been surprised yet.
On edit- I'm not implying that others don't know how to use theirs. I literally didn't understand it and ran out of propane entirely before I got a grasp on mine.
ditto! pay attention, check the indicator once in a while and fill the empty soon after it switches over and you'll never run out. I don't want to wake up with the fridge turned off just because I had the second tank turned off.
Water level in the batteries, tire pressure, lug nuts, water filter condition, air pressure in the accumulator tank, many things have to be checked for proper maintenance and checking the propane indicator takes less than 5 seconds.
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