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Answered: I have some old 100# propane tanks with some fuel ...

when you say 100# do you mean 100 pound? assuming that is the case if the valve looks more like a triangle rather than a star you should be good to go. if not i'd take to a dealer and exchange it for a new tank. Just read this reply; and, felt like throwing in my 2 cents worth: The triangular ...

Answered: Is a propane tank with a portable double burner safe for use installed in

Safe, not at all. It's illegal to store any propane indoors. Propane is VERY dangerous stuff. It's heavier than air. If you get a leak it'll fill up the room or apartment at the floor level until it finds a pilot light, then it'll ignite and level the apartment. Natural gas is lighter than air ...

Answered: I have a 500 gal propane tank. I have paid $160.00 ...

If they can prove you've used this amount, I don't think you have a good case. Maybe the prices went up, but they should have informed you. 160 sounds like a very low prize for a 500 gal tank
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