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Old 05-28-2020, 08:21 AM   #1
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Join Date: Sep 2018
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Year: 2007
Coachwork: Thomas Built
Chassis: Minotour
Engine: Chevy Express 3500 6.6l
Pressure Relief Valves

I thought I would post this experience because there are a lot of people that do not consider propane pressure relief valves when they are configuring placement or transporting propane tanks.

Yesterday while cleaning my driveway, I heard a hissssssss and it kept going. Then I smelled the garlic smell. The pressure relief valve on BBQ-sized propane tank that I had out there did itís job. It was hot and the pressure was too much and it popped off.

Donít let this happen in the cabin of your bus or the back seat of your car!

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