Hey All, I found that I am having an issue with the propane system which I cannot figure out, partly due to a lack of familiarity/knowledge with propane in general. Hoping that someone else can share some insight/ideas. On my Jayco, I have a single tank. The propane powers only the stove in our pup., which has lines run to the counter inside the door, and to a port on the exterior. I purchased an inline gauge to try and monitor propane level in the tank. Have run the stove successfully with that setup, the gauge direct connected to the tank, and the line to the regulator into the output side of the gauge. When the valve is closed, the gauge reads empty, but will move the needle when opened. Recently, I started having trouble getting the stove to light. We used the pup in May, and the stove was fine. I got my propane tank refilled for July, reconnected everything, and found that I could not get the stove to light afterwards. I think that I could hear a slight hissing when I opened the burner at the stove, but a match would not ignite it. Gauge read that there was plenty of gas in the tank. Originally thought that maybe I was having a regulator problem. But I was camping again last weekend and had some time to troubleshoot a little bit, after it would not ignite Saturday AM. Decided to just try removing the gauge and put the regulator line direct into the tank. And found that this allowed me to get the stove to light with a match. So my gauge would react to the opening of the tank valve. And I do THINK that there was gas getting thru, based on what I was hearing at the stove, but it would not light. But when I removed the gauge entirely, I was defionitely getting gas to the stove, and it ignited and ran as intended again. Any idea why, first that it would have worked a few times with the gauge in place. and secondly, why it might have stopped working with that in place? I really would like some sort of method to track the status on my propane tank, it does not get used all that often, and trying to remember when I last refilled or whatever seems difficult. The gauge seemed like it was a great solution for a year, and now I find myself back to square one. Anyone with similar experience? I would be interested to hear any possible solutions or alternative methods to track tank status, if you have them. Thanks for reading.