Does anyone have any thoughts on the LP lines on my house freezing?
I use very little LP, its just for the range top I have a convection over gas stove. This summer I got into an argument with the gas company that had been supplying my tanks.I use less than 100# a year, they wanted to charge me $700 a year whether or not I used the gas
I gave them back their tanks and installed 2 new 40# tanks and set the house up with a new regulator from the trailer and RV store, all has been fine till know. Last week my wife told me that we were out of gas so when I got home I swapped them over, still no gas. I used a hairdryer on the lines and regulator and viola we had gas again. I have now been going through this every day.
Here is what I'm thinking so far:
1- An LP setup is a pressurized,closed system there should be no way for moisture to get in.
2- The only way for moisture to keep re-appearing is the tanks were not purged properly on the initial fill there still being air in them causing moisture at dew point hence the daily freezing.
Anyone ever had this problem or thoughts on it?