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Old 03-01-2015, 07:49 PM   #11
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Before it just tripped the breaker but that's not the issue.

I don't understand this? How would a problem with propane delivery have anything to do with tripping breakers?

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Old 03-01-2015, 08:49 PM   #12
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………the furnace has been making a noise while running then blowing cold air….

===I am speculating that this noise has something to do with the issue of the breaker tripping. Does not, however, explain why none of the propane appliances are working.
Pardon me for asking, but are you absolutely sure the propane tanks are not empty? The odds of all propane appliances failing at the same time I would think are pretty remote. As mentioned before, I had the same problem years ago getting flow through the regulated/tank valve.
Does your water heater have electric ignition or do you have to manually light the pilot? On our fridg, if it fails to light on propane after about a minute of trying, it locks out until you turn it off and back on again, then it will try another cycle. When a propane line gets air in it, it sometimes takes quite awhile to get the air through the tiny pilot orfice.
By all means, keep us posted on what you find. It's really got our interest (at least mine) as to what is going on.

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Old 03-02-2015, 06:47 AM   #13
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If it is not the OPD then it has to be the regulator.. I will assume you have made sure the lines are screwed in tight and there is propane in the tanks..
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Old 03-02-2015, 09:12 AM   #14
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The propane stove should not need electrical to work the burners. If the stove burners will not light, you definitely have a propane supply problem. Sounds to me like you have more than one problem complicating matters. I opt for the dealer to check it out.

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Old 03-02-2015, 01:10 PM   #15
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There are other possible scenarios..spent last winter on our fiver trying to figure them out.

1) Manifold issue: not going to get at that by yourself (dealer)
2) Bad regulator: only one way to prove that really and that is get a new one and see if that fixes it.
3) Collapsed main LP line: It can happen and as it turns out, that is what happened to us. Everything worked one weekend, came back the next and only the stove worked. The furnace would not ignite.

Best of luck and sorry I cannot provide a solution other than tearing the entire system down.

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