Posted by Emily on November 07, 2012 at 14:45:29 from (220.127.116.11):
Hi this may be a totally ignorant question... but you have to start somewhere in order to get informed right? Well, we are currently in the process of converting from using a diesel fueled hot water heater to a propane fueled hot water heater. That looks like we will have to get a couple propane tanks and replace all the fuel lines UNLESS (and this is my question) is there any way to completely clean out the 500 gallon diesel fuel tanks that we have, and the existing fuel line, and then use the existing tanks and fuel line for propane? Or is that a complete no-no, not possible, dont do it kind of deal?
Based on the research I've done so far I dont see anywhere that even mentions this is an option. But I just want to be sure before I rule it out completely
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