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Re: safe cooking
Checking for a leak on propane lines is so easy and fast that it can (and should be) done periodically.
Turn tank valve on. Immediately turn it off. Note reading on pressure gauge. Wait 5 minutes. Look at pressure gauge again. It's that easy.
If the pressure has dropped at all, you have a leak. Do not use the propane system until you have found and fixed the leak.
I find the "What if (insert low probability event here)?" a bit silly.
As I said before, propane can explode. (So can gas fumes.) Everyone has to decide what risks to take and how to mitigate them.
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