Gas leaks!!!

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  1. landscaper

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    We have been advised that we should replace the rubber hose from our gas cylinder as these perish after a number of years. Our motor home is 2007 is this something that is easy to do? and are the new rubber hoses easily obtainable?We thought that this is something that was covered in the habitation service - but it appears that this is not always the case ......................
     
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    It depends who your service engineer is, the mobile lads usually carry hoses, the recommended life is 5 years, they do deteriate:thumb::thumb::thumb:
     
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    It is propane (red cylinders) thank you for the tip about the date stamping
     
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