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My propane is going haywire
#11
You were a kid?   Tongue  Still are.  Cool
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  • heron (09-08-2019)
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(09-07-2019, 09:45 PM)GotSmart Wrote: You were a kid?   Tongue  Still are.  Cool


I keep thinking someday I'll all of a sudden be a grownup. Haven't figured out how that happens, yet.
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You have to lose that grin.
Compared to parenting, Cat herding is less complicated 
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  • rvpopeye (09-08-2019)
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Also, use the burner farthest from the propane tank.
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  • waldenbound (09-09-2019)
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Another propane gotcha is in mid-July in Amargosa Valley, NV, the water stored in the water heater may be still hot enough (24 hours later) and the water heater switch will not turn the red light on, since there is no need to start the burner.
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(09-07-2019, 10:24 PM)GotSmart Wrote: You have to lose that grin.

Nahhh.

Y'know, when I was in school, I was always in trouble, often for things I hadn't even done (although it may have evened things out a little), and one day I asked why they always assumed I'd done whatever it was, and was told, "Well, you just have that look about you." Who, me? Tongue
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