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Mr. Heater 75,000 BTU 12-Foot Propane Hose Assembly #F273702

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  • Propane hose assembly with hand tightened swivel on both ends
  • Connects 5- pound to 20-pound propane tanks to disposable propane cylinder appliances
  • Rubber hose and metal hand tighteners
  • Includes swivel 1-inch 20 male throwaway cylinder thread, soft nose excess flow with handwheel
  • Measures 12-feet long; 1-year warranty
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This 12-foot hose assembly is one of Mr. Heater's most popular hoses. It connects appliances designed for disposable propane cylinder to a 20-pound cylinder. It includes a hand tighten swivel on both ends. This hose can be used with Mr. Heater's Portable Buddy and Heater/Cooker.

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Product Dimensions 3 x 9.9 x 11 inches
Item Weight 2.6 pounds
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Manufacturer Mr. Heater
ASIN B00005LEXM
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I, like a number of others, had the problem where the hose did not seem to allow propane through it (or at least no more than to keep the pilot light lit). I confirmed it was not the heater by using a 1 lb can which heated just fine. I also have two 20 lb tanks on my cargo trailer, and neither one would keep the heater lit other than the pilot light.
This made me think that the 20lb end was not going in far enough to engage the valve on the tank.
However, after doing about 1 hour of research, I found a factoid on the propane check valve, which is required on all propane tanks after 1998.
According to this article (just search for "reset propane check valve"), what happens is if you have a high-pressure line hooked up to the propane tank and just "quickly" open the valve on the tank, the check valve will "burst" (open) and gas will not be allowed through the tank into the line. (I think the tank thinks there is nothing connected to it, so the valve shuts off the gas)
Once this happens, you need to "reset" the valve:
a. Turn off the valve on the tank, leaving it connected to the heater/grill, etc.
b. Disconnect the hose from the propane tank, but not the appliance.
c. Turn on the appliance (or leave it running before step a), and let the pilot light or burner stay lit until it extinguishes (This will purge the remaining gas from the hose.
d. TURN OFF THE APPLIANCE.
e. Hook the propane tank back up, ensuring the valve is closed.
f. With the hose now hooked up to both the appliance and the tank, SLOWLY open the propane valve a 1/4 turn, and you should hear the hose pressurize. This has told the tank that there is something hooked to it, and the check valve did not engage.
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I have bought about 60 of these hoses from Amazon and 100’s from other dealers, and have had zero problems. It is absolutely an excellent hose. For those of you who are leaving one star because you can't get gas to go through the hose, it is not the hose causing this. It is the safety check valve inside your tank. All new tanks now have a safety check valve inside the tank inside the main shutoff valve. If there is ever a large break in a gas line, and a large amount of gas is escaping, this check valve will close, preventing gas from escaping. When you first pressurize this hose, that initial rush of gas into the hose can trip the check valve inside the tank, preventing gas from further exiting the tank. To solve the problem, close the main tank valve. Allow the hose to depressurize by using whatever gas is in the hose. Then, open the main tank valve again very slowly so gas can fill the hose slowly. If you hear a “click” at the tank shut off valve, you’ve tripped the check valve again. Depressurize again and open the shut off valve slower next time. Once the hose is pressurized, open the tank valve all the way. The small amount of gas that you will use for appliances will not trip the safety valve inside the tank. Your appliance should work properly.

For those of you who are leaving low feedback scores because the ends of the hose are not correct for what you’re working on, is that really a fault of the hose? Not really understanding that. My suggestion is to ask first if you are unsure. There is plenty of info on this hose all over the internet. It is sold by many dealers. So you don’t need to make the mistake of buying it incorrectly and then blaming the hose for not having the ends you needed. Hate to see an excellent product like this degraded because of a consumer mistake.
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I bought two of these hoses to attach to two 20lb propane tanks. Attaching to 20lb propane tanks is a huge savings over using the individual 1 quart propane cyclinders. Hoses work very well. The only thing to remember when attaching the hose to 20lb propane tanks is that the couplings are left hand threaded (i.e. you must turn to the left to tighten).
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By Mike on February 1, 2012
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This is the hose you need to hook up your Buddy heater to a larger (20 lbs) propane tank.

This hose is all you need. You don't need anything else. You don't need a regulator. However, adding a fuel filter wouldn't be a bad idea.

Both ends of this hose are suggested to be hand-tightened. Fine. However, I couldn't get mine to pass gas. The fitting going into the heater needed another 1/8" of turn at which point the gas flowed freely. Apparently the fitting is quite sensitive. This required a wrench as I had tightened it as much as possible, by hand. You may, or may not, need to do this.

The hose itself is of good quality, and so are the brass fittings. Nevertheless, the hose needs protection from abrasion and assorted abuse. As a reminder, recall that the fitting going into the propane tank must be turned counter-clock-wise to tighten, as opposed to normal threading which is turned clock-wise to tighten. Finally, remember to turn off the gas at the propane tank, and letting the heater burn off the gas in the line, so as not to turn the Plasticizer in the hose into gunk, which would clog up your heater.

(There is another hose, without the Plasticizer being sold by Mr Heater, but of course, having no Plasticizer, that hose will be stiff as heck.)
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