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Old 01-15-2012, 04:53 PM   #1
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Question Installing an extend a stay on my 93 land yacht

Not to be redundant, I have a couple of questions.
I got my EAS yesterday. When I went out to precheck the installation I found that the regulator on my unit is covered.
1. Is there a workaround involving the cover?
2. Or do I just leave the cover off?
3. Will the cover even fit over the regulator when the EAS is installed?

Thanks very much for any help. There was no manual with the EAS but the rv video on you tube shows it be quite simple.

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Old 01-31-2012, 01:07 AM   #2
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The extend-a-stay kit is attached between the main tank and the regulator. On my 94 LY I did not have to remove the cover. My suggestion is to have a gas tech do the install. Firstly, he will know exactly what has to be done and secondly (very important) if anything goes wrong and a fire is started, your insurance will bail out.

I had the kit installed initially by an RV tech in Casa Grande, AZ. However, I there was always a lingering odour of gas. When I got back home to Canada, my friend who is a gas tech redid the connections and the odour went away.

Unless you *really* know what you're doing with gas, leave it to the professionals.

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Old 01-31-2012, 03:52 PM   #3
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Mucho appreciation for the advice BM. Will call the tech tonight for an installation tomorrow. I was seconds away from trying to do it myself until you posted. Now I will be able to retain the skin and hair God gave me...thanks to you.
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