• 2:04

    The Benefits of a Specialized RV Propane Tank Valve

    The amount of LP gas that flows out of your RV’s propane tank into your system will vary, depending on what appliances you’re using. The refrigerator may be on almost all the time, but if you add the stove and furnace into the mix it’s natural to assume more gas will be required. No matter…

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  • 1:32

    What Do I Need to Know About an RV Propane Tank?

    The biggest advantage RV camping has over tents is the fact that you can bring the comforts of home into the wilderness. While you’re adding bird watching to your life list or staring out at the ocean waves, you still have cold drinks in the fridge and a stove to cook your dinner, not to…

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  • 6:02

    Keep Your System Safe by Installing an RV Propane Leak Detector

    The propane/LP detector in your RV is designed to detect the distinctive odor of LP inside the coach and signal when there’s a leak in your LP gas system. Unfortunately, since it also goes off when the house batteries are getting low, some RV owners stop worrying about leaks when they hear the detector buzzer…

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  • 1:57

    Differences Between Old and New RV Distribution Panel Models

    Every RV unit has a distribution panel, which is what routes electrical power throughout the unit and includes most of the unit’s circuit breakers and fuses. The RV distribution panel can supply both 120-volt power and 12-volt battery power. Older RV distribution panel models have the distribution center and converter all in one single unit.…

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  • 1:30

    Importance of Using an RV Propane Tank Regulator

    The RV propane tank regulator is critical to your RV’s propane operating system and appliances within the unit. Older systems that use a single stage RV propane tank regulator have had issues associated with atmospheric pressure and extreme temperature changes. The newer units use two stages featuring 320 PSI and can reduce down to 11…

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  • 8:55

    Understanding the Fuse Panel of an RV Distribution Panel

    The typical RV will be equipped with a 30-amp RV distribution panel that has 120 volts coming into the unit. Power comes in into the RV distribution panel via the power cord or “shoreline” cord from an outside electrical supply or onboard generator. The 120-volt AC appliances are protected by residential style circuit breakers. The…

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  • 3:34

    RV Water Leak Repair: Stock Your RV Toolbox With Rescue Tape

    Every RV toolbox should have a roll or two of flexible silicone repair tape, a common RV brand is “Rescue Tape”. The best thing about this tape is that it does not stick to anything with an adhesive rather self fusing to itself when stretched. This is one of the most versatile items you can…

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  • 2:55

    Compression Fitting Options for Your RV Water Lines

    In the past, RV units were equipped with different types of connections to put the RV water lines together. These connectors include crimps, elbows, copper and similar fittings. Now new plastic compression fittings make it easier to pop the RV water lines together by simply sliding the pipe into the compression fitting until it hits…

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    All About Your ASME RV Propane Tank and System

    LP gas, or liquid propane, is the fuel of choice for all RVs on the road today. It fuels all the major appliances installed such as stoves, water heaters, and even refrigerators. LP is a safe and efficient fuel to use in your RV rig when dealt with carefully, and it’s held in a system…

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