How do you know if full of propane, gauges usually dont work, take line off and see how much fuil is comming out when turned on when you turn key on, I alwaye take a srewdriver and push in on the value you fill it up at, if the button stays in. its out of fuil.second thing make sure you dont have a hole in diapham.dont smoke while working around lp.Another think starting an lp tractor correctly is inportant and shut it off is important too. Its opposite of gas when you start it, taking away the fuil will act as choke to an lp tractor.
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