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Old 10-12-2018, 09:19 PM  
Long & Winding road
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How does the monitoring panel on my 2017 AXIS know what the propane level is? More to the point, is the sensor in the tank a liquid level gauge or a pressure gauge. Many may know that a pressure gauge is useless on propane. Vapor pressure stays at the same level until the liquid is gone and then the pressure plummets with use. Thanks, kevin
It magic. LOL. They are off some. My gauge will show FULL inside but like 65 % on the tank gauge.

But a full propane tank is like at like 75 or 80% to allow room for expansion at higher temps.

I always refill once it gets to about quarter tank.... I dont want to run out when I might need it the most.

If I was going on a long trip (esp when cold at night) I would top off tank no matter what the level shows.
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