Opening the propane valve slowly is important as there is a check valve in the connector to the tank that will close if there is a high flow through the connector (like a broken line downstream, or opening the valve quickly). Learned this the hard way. Like JAG says, lighting the stove will help purge any air out of the line. I have to do that before the fridge will use gas. Once we're set up in the CG I will leave the gas on which keeps the pilot burning on the water heater (the bride likes to wash her face in WARM water in the morning and makes breakfast easier to get going).
I'm sure you will have more questions (I sure did and do) and you'll find a wealth of experience and knowledge on this forum.
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