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    Alastair Ok thank you. It was the beginners one and it came with a hose failure so, if that is safe, I will just use that. I hope it'll be safe.

    Do you think that the gas cansiter 8kg I have already, the same as in the video, is safe to leave in a shed, turned off and with the safety plug in it...?

    Then I'm good to go.

    Thanks everyone...

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    Quote Originally Posted by EvaZ View Post
    Alastair Ok thank you. It was the beginners one and it came with a hose failure so, if that is safe, I will just use that. I hope it'll be safe.

    Do you think that the gas cansiter 8kg I have already, the same as in the video, is safe to leave in a shed, turned off and with the safety plug in it...?

    Then I'm good to go.

    Thanks everyone...
    I'm can't say that it will be safe but here is a link to some information that should put your mind a rest:


    https://www.quora.com/Will-a-LPG-cyl...an-we-avoid-it

    Once you have hooked your torch up to the bottle and have the hose under pressure check for leaks. You can do this with a mixture of detergent and water similar to the mixture children use when blowing bubbles. Put this on the joints and if there is a leak bubbles will show. You can buy proprietary brandsof leak detector if you want. You can search for these on Google.

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    Thanks that helps a lot... what's better to put on it, the regulator or the hose failure valve....

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    I am using the hose failure valve and it seems to be working really well. Thank you all for your help! I was a bit confused!

    Eva

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    Quote Originally Posted by EvaZ View Post
    I am using the hose failure valve and it seems to be working really well. Thank you all for your help! I was a bit confused!

    Eva
    I'm glad you are up and running. I don't think you would see much difference between the hose failure valve and the regulator.
    Last edited by alastairduncan; 29-03-2020 at 06:59 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alastairduncan View Post
    I'm glad you are up and running. I don't think you would see much difference between the hose failure valve and the regulator.
    Thanks so much. I didn't think it would be possible!
    Fingers crossed!

    Eva

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