Of coure my propane is feeding the stove top, water heater, and furnace. If I turn OFF the valves at the tanks I suspect these lines just slowly leak down until it is all gone...
When I turn ON a propane VALVE I always go to the stove top and fire it up hoping to see a BLUE FLAME eventuallly untill all of the air gets out of the line... In my case the stove top is the farthest away from the propane tanks... This helps the heater and furnace burners work better I guess...
When I have my tanks turned off and try to light the stove top I most often get one flash of fire so I guess some propane is still in the lines...
Roy and Carolyn
I claim Horse Creek Country in Southern Ill - Momabear is from North Texas
We live in King George VA
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