MTH autogas?

Feb 18, 2020
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Hi everyone just been away for a couple of days and tried to refill our lpg cylinders and they wouldn't refill. We did refill last year in feb when we 1st bought the motorhome but a year on we're not sure if we've just not done it right this time and we're missing something obvious. We've googled lots and searched on here and know that MTH are no longer in business. We bought our motorhome in rossendale, and search results showed the fire and subsequent prosecution by H&S in that area. Basically, I'm worried that the system we have is unsafe. We have 2x's 6kg cylinders with a separate adaptor which fits the hose fixed into the van. We're trying our best to get someone to look at it who knows about these things but everyone is ridiculously busy and not getting back to us in a hurry. I suspect we may need to get a new system but would appreciate any help/way forward with it. We live in guiseley north Leeds if anyone knows any people we could get help from that aren't too far away.🤞thanks 🤗
 

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Scoffsontour
Feb 18, 2020
44
20
Funster No
68,839
MH
Hymer b544 classic
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Newbies
I agree that you should replace if there is any suggestion of missing an 80% refill valve (and if they really did stop selling these before 2008, they're time expired anyway.

However, you can tell how full they are by shining torch into the translucent panels. The liquid level then becomes very obvious and far more accurately than most gauges.
Thanks for that useful tip 👍🏻

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