Question about Roper FGP305 Gas Kitchen Range
I was recently deer hunting. Our cabin has an older 4 burner roper gas range and two gas lights that all run off the same LP tank. We've never had problems before last year when the regulator was changed, but we now can't run more than 1 buner on the stove and NO lights. Does it sound like my brother-in-law put the wrong TYPE reulator on? I'm not sure if it's a low or a high pressure one. For the described system, which would we need? As an asise, by banging on the tank we got a much better flame for about 30 seconds.
Sure, there are lots of regulators, but one commonly used for gas grills should be fine. (maybe the brother in law used a step down regulator for natural gas, which won't work for you) I don't know your location, but another factor might be your outdoor temperature. If it is very cold, the liquid petroleum (LP) in your tank will not vaporize fast enough to satisfy demand, regardless of regulator size. A full tank in a warmer location would help immensely, but it is not real wise to have the tank indoors.
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
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