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Old 04-09-2014, 10:47 PM   #15
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If I understand the above post correctly then the valves on both tanks should be in the open position? Or should one tank be closed and the other open then when you see red open the closed valve?

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How I do it - turn junction valve to primary (first) tank and then open that tank fully. You should see green. Then, move junction valve to center position and slowly open tank two. You should still see green, When the primary tank runs low the red collar will appear but you still have gas pressure.

Once red, turn junction valve towards second tank and close empty primary tank. Remove and refill.

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