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Thread: Gas pressure acceptable with new refillable bottles

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    Thanks for helpful comments, I have used a few to put to chris at Autogas to see if what needs to be done.

    Steve

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    Thinking about it, if you're only having one bottle couldn't you just get a POL adapter and use your existing regulator? That's what I did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alwaysared View Post
    Thinking about it, if you're only having one bottle couldn't you just get a POL adapter and use your existing regulator? That's what I did.

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    Doing it yourself is a very different thing to a business or tradesman.
    My understanding is that a new installation should completely comply to modern regulations but as the appliances are probably not shown on the plate as useable at 30mbar by the manufacturers and although we know it would work a professional shouldn't connect it for you .

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