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    Talking Proper type of gas piping for satellite?

    Is there a specific type of gas piping required for natural gas powered satellite TV equipment?
    Do you get better reception with natural gas or propane?

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    Default Re: Proper type of gas piping for satellite?

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    Default Re: Proper type of gas piping for satellite?

    Double check the Model Number before converting to propane. IF it starts with WEBER or CHAR-BROIL then propane is OK, if it starts with Dish or DIrect TV I wouldn't touch it.

    Aren't those disconnected RG58U cables a fire hazard? or have they been properly capped off from the gas line.


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    Default Re: Proper type of gas piping for satellite?

    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Asta View Post
    Aren't those disconnected RG58U cables a fire hazard? or have they been properly capped off from the gas line.
    Self-extinguishing ends which close off when pulled out.

    Similar to those found in fuel hoses used as gas stations, only in a much smaller version.

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