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  1. Welsh girl

    Welsh girl Funster Life Member

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    We have had 2 x6k gaslow bottles in our locker.
    With a manual changeover.
    How does that work.
    Do you turn one off to use the second or leave them both in the on position.
    How do you know when both are filled.
    We only had one bottle before we had the second one fitted so that was easy.
     
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    Leave one on and the other off, when you run out on first bottle turn second on on and start looking for LPG filling station, simples:thumb:

    Both should be turned off for filling until the automatic cut out triggers,
    I usually turn off the empty cylinder when turning on the full then both off for refilling,
     
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  3. Welsh girl

    Welsh girl Funster Life Member

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    Then do you open the second bottle to allow filling then turn off again until 1st one is empty?

    With both turned off for filling then,do you then turn only one on when using the gas?
     
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    Turn both bottles off they fill through a separate pipe.
     
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    Welsh girl Funster Life Member

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    Thanks for the advice.
    It wasn't explained to us when the fitter fitted it.
    We know gas should be turned off when filling but don't know when each bottle should be turned off or on.
     

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