Originally Posted by Lefty59
Handle on our switch-over valve points towards the tank 'in use'. With both tank valves off you get a red indicator. Turn on the tank 'in use' as indicated by the position of the switch & the indicator goes green if there is propane in the tank. Turn on the opposite side tank & it will auto switch if the primary tank runs empty (nice if you are running the heater in cold weather & don't want to get up in the middle of the night to switch tanks). Indicator will remain red until you manually move the switch to point at the other tank & then the indicator will go back green (unless it's empty as well). You're then good to go to refill the empty tank.
I'd definitely say you have an empty tank.
I find this very handy. Easy to tell if a tank is low or empty so I know what I need to do:
Propane Level Gauge
I never liked those red and green indicators.
07 Dodge 1500 crew cab with 20" wheels, 08 Forest River Rockwood Signature Ultra-lite 8280SS
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