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Discussion in 'Propane - Got Gas' started by bronsta, Jul 22, 2019.
and most require a wrench to change tank. And that's why I switched to an ACME nut.
Thanks for the link Rabird.
1) just tried another tank... same results
2) want to replace the regulators (both high-pressure and low-pressure as well as all other parts) but can't find a complete cross-reference for the original parts (which are no longer available).
Any help with x-ref?
Marshall Brass M320 POL Adapter (Owners manual part #: 4737-9308)
Marshall Brass High-Pressure Regulator (Owners manual part #: 4742-8041)
Brass Tee (Owners manual part #: 4739-6998)
Brass Elbow (Owners manual part #: 4742-8031)
Marshall Brass 230 Low-Pressure Regulator (Owners manual part #: 4742-8051)
Gas Hose (low-pressure) (Owners manual part #: 4733A3991)
Gas Hose (high-pressure) (Owners manual part #: 4742-8081)
https://www.marshallexcelsior.com/sites/default/files/RV Parts and Accessories Catalog.pdf
You're not going to find that cross reference, some of those parts simply aren't available any more. Take your pictures, parts list, and Rabird's information to your local Hank Hill and ask them to help you put together a kit. Pick your regulators first, and then the tees, fittings and hoses to fit the regulators. You will need to know the length of the flex hoses. Who knows, they might even agree to install it for you.
Did you ever find replacement parts? My 96 Coleman just had a similar issue, so I wanted to replace the high pressure regulator. It started leaking gas, so i pulled it and just connected the low pressure so i could get heat and the inside stove.
TravellingD, I replaced both regulators (each about $10 plus shipping) and all is good again...
· MEGR-130-20 (high pressure)
· MEGR-230 (low pressure)