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PROPANE & SAFETY SYSTEM
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To open and close the propane tank use the manual tank shutoff valve located on the tank, accessible from behind
the rear bumper.
It is recommended to close the propane tank shutoff valve when the vehicle is not in daily use. Further,it is
recommended to close the shutoff valve when the vehicle is in travel.
The refrigerator should be operated on 12 volt when the vehicle is in travel. See refrigerator Manufacturers Owner
Manual for proper 12 volt operation.
WARNING: It is not safe to use cooking appliances for space heating purposes due to the danger of asphyxiation.
WARNING: The propane stove needs fresh air for its safe operation.
Because the amount of air supply is limited by the size of your vehicle, before operating the propane stove,open
the overhead vent or a window and then turn on the range hood for increased air circulation, (see Floor Plan &
Appliance Location).Proper ventilation when using the propane stove will reduce the dangers of asphyxiation.
WARNING: Portable fuel burning equipment, including wood and charcoal grills and stoves,should not be used
inside your vehicle. Use of this equipment inside your vehicle may cause fire or asphyxiation.
See appropriate component Manufacturer’s Owner’s Manuals for operating instructions.
WARNING: Do not refuel the propane tank to more than 80% of its capacity.
A properly refueled propane tank will hold approximately 80% of its volume in a liquid state. Over fueling of the
propane tank can result in uncontrolled gas flow which can cause fire or explosion.
WARNING: The tank valve must be closed and ALL PILOT LIGHTS,APPLIANCES, AND THEIR IGNITERS,
(see Operating Instructions) SHALL BE TURNED OFF during refueling of motor fuel tank and / or the propane
tank. Only qualified personnel should refuel your propane tank.
The propane regulator is located adjacent to the propane tank.
This regulator has been installed in a protective cover to keep out debris, and with the vent facing downward.
Ensure that the regulator vent always faces downward to minimize vent blockage which could result in excessive
gas pressure causing fire or explosion.