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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I just purchased Frigidaire gas range Model (FFGF3054TS) I had it converted over to Propane so I could be self-reliant on fueling it. In a power outage situation, it will be easy enough to use the range top by manually lighting the burners. However, in my haste, I did not think about the fact...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Is it worth it to purchase the adapter to refill them? Do they hold seal after many uses is my concern being any given day I can be at 6000 - 9000 feet above sea level. The adapter cost $9.95. Thanks
  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    My wife and I already own a regular BBQ (and if any of you ever get invited over for dinner the rib eye steaks are to die for). This is a large bbq with 4 burners. If we face a loss of electricity for cooking, the propane bbq will likely be our main stove. We've got extra propane stored...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I'm looking for an alternative heat source for home. What would the average cost be of filling a 25 or 100 pound propane bottle? I haven't filled one in decades. Which best? Propane or wood burner?
  5. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Just curious and I'm a little nosey too:o: The only thing I will be using LP gas wise will be my gas grill and my camp stove/oven combo. So far, I have 5 of the 22 gallons and 80 of the (1 lb) canisters. I don't have one of those large 250-500 gallon tanks. I'm thinking about increasing...
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I have a 500# propane tank that I keep filled. If SHTF what options do I have to access this fuel safely? Can it be transferred to 100# or 20# tanks? What appliances can be used directly on the 500#tank if any? Grills? Propane heaters? Which ones require regulators? It would be a shame for...
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