Originally Posted by gypsmjim
Its a 195. We have no room on the tongue to add a second tank.
Besides, at most we only use about 60 # of propane ALL YEAR. That includes all of the "winter" camping. I am totally pleased with the efficiency of this trailer.
I DO have a pressure gauge on the tank, but its usefulness is marginal at best. When the furnace did what it di it was till in the "green". I wish there was a better way to measure the tank contents.
Yes, the pressure gauge IMHO is worthless, it shows the tank is empty or has something in it, almost as accurate as "it's 20 deg outside and 22 deg inside, I think the propane tank is empty".
I found a "toy" called "Gas Check" which is a pen-sized thing that you press on the side of the tank. Start high and work your way down. Red light = no liquid, green light = liquid. It's kinda cool but you have to physically check the tank to get a level. I like it tho.
Some folks can find the level by tapping on the tank, I've never mastered the skill.
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