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Old 04-11-2020, 12:47 PM   #1
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Piping? Which is which?

We are wanting to remove the copper water lines but not gas - at first we thought the thicker ones were water and the small ones are gas. Help!
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Old 04-11-2020, 01:00 PM   #2
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All of the gas lines should be under the trailer attached to the bottom of the belly pan. The feeds to each of the gas appliances will Tee off of the main line and run straight up into the cabin of the trailer and attach to the appliances. My 75 TradeWind had shut off valves at the Tee for the water heater and the furnace. Having the lines running on the outside under the trailer was to prevent filling the trailer with propane if there was a line leak.

You should be able to trace the propane line from the tanks and regulator to the propane line under the trailer. Everything in the pictures looks like water lines to me
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Gas usually runs under the trailer outside of the belly pan and up directly under the appliance.


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Damn Richard, you beat me by a minute.


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Thank you for the fast reply!
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Yup, those are all water lines..
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To be sure they use solder joints on water pipes. NEVER on gas.
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