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Old 23-04-2018, 10:02   #16
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Re: Reduce Gas solenoid heat/consumption - cheap idea

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It actually does not meet two or three ABYC standards. But we accept that; the whole system is pressure tested every three months as part of our PM checklist. There is also a propane detector next to the valve in the engine room that is also tested regularly.



They do allow the flexible bit; it's actually required on gimbaled stoves.
Yeah. It defies logic a bit though. They dont want connecting fittings inside the boat, which would normally be stationary/not stressed. But a connceting fitting inside the boat that is dynamic and moves a lot is acceptable!
But then all of ABYC is voluntary anyway .
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