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Re: Propane tank

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JD Seller

09-20-2013 05:59:46

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The pressure test is NOT a law or insurance requirement. They just try to get you to agree to it so they can charge you or lock you in to one supplier.

Had one propane supplier out here try that a few years ago. HE went out of business in about two years. Few where buying his propane.

As far as owning your own tanks. I own all my fuel tanks, diesel, gas, and propane. You will save enough in being able to shop around to pay for the tank shortly.

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Frank A

09-21-2013 08:20:35

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 Re: Propane tank in reply to JD Seller, 09-20-2013 05:59:46  
How would a leak test lock you into one supplier? Your insurance may not require it but the supplier's might. Insurance company and lawyers are at least partly the responsable because if there is a fire they will try to find any reason to sue the supplier and recover their loss. Like Wile E said its CYA. If you deliever propane you are taking responsablity for the system. Why would anyone want to do that without knowing it is safe and up to code? NFPA Does require a leak test for any system that has been taken out of service. As far as requiring proof of ownership if it doesn't look like another suppiers tank okay their tank should be marked anyway. If it does it is easy enough to get the serial number and call the company to find out . To be fair to those who want to be sure it is against the law to tamper with anothers tank.

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