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Propane Tanks

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As a reminder to all, if you're having problems with your heaters in this cold weather, check your propane tanks. In cold weather, you need to keep your tanks full or there's not enough pressure to vaporize the gas. So even if your tank is half full, you may need to top it off so it will keep the pressure up and allow the gas to vaporize.

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Aint that the thruth. I had that problem where we stayed overnight in the house and when we got up in the morning, the tank was 1/3 full, but we didnt have any heat in the house. Can be pretty scary

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Its actually a temprature and pressure function. I believe its -26 degrees the liquid quits vaporizing to gas. So keep the bottle inside where it warm if the temp is below zero and you should be fine.

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