Originally Posted by Ironhorse1003
That explains why when I took off the pigtail from the regulator and attached it to the tank, turned on the valve and very little air came out of the just filled tank. Is there anyway I can correct the issue?
The pigtails I've seen have brass fittings at the end that attaches to the regulator. They should just unscrew from the pigtail. Most RV places have replacement fittings, or go to a hardware store and get the same fitting but without the check valve.
When you did your test with just the pigtail on the tank, did it start out with normal flow of gas then quickly subside? If so, the safety valve in the tank itself was activated. They prevent large flows from the tank if a line is cut or fails.
Good luck! Let us know what the solution winds up being!
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