Flame King (KT12ACR6) 2-Stage Auto Changeover LP Propane Gas Regulator With Two 12 Inch Pigtails For RVs, Vans, Trailers

February 10, 2020 - Comment
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The Auto-Changeover LP Regulator allows you to hook up 2 Propane tanks and the regulator automatically switches over to the second tank once the first one runs out (and vice versa). The indicator changes color to let you know when a tank has been depleted and needs to be refilled. The inlet is a 1/4″ SAE inverted flare and the outlet is a 3/8″ NPT female. Also included are 2 of the 12″ pigtails to connect the regulator to the propane tank or propane supply.

Product Features

  • Allows removal of empty cylinder for refill without interrupting propane supply
  • For RVs with dual propane tanks; Automatically switches from primary to reserve tank when primary is empty
  • Pairs well with our 48 Inch Thermo Plastic Hose, item 100383-48.
  • Double stage design maintains constant gas pressure under changing demand and conditions
  • Inlets are 1/4″ SAE inverted flare and outlet is 3/8″ NPT female pipe thread
  • Rated for 190, 000 BTU

Comments

Anonymous says:

Love this product, here’s how I swapped mine, plus how to use. This worked great!Few helpful instructions were available, so I thought I would help others with the answers I came up with. First, you replace existing single regulator that if you are lucky, has the same 3/8” connection that the new dual regulator has. Just might have to make that connection longer to new location, between the two tanks, to the center clamp rod in the tank mounting kit I purchased.Remove your regulator, likely 3/8 pipe thread, extend the connection…

Anonymous says:

LEAKS!!! Buy something else beside this junk . Buy something else. I’m not one to bash a product or even write negative reviews as long as the product lives up to 80% of what its suppose to. I’m usually a happy camper. This one is 50% , literally. One side of the hose leaks like a siv. I installed it when I first purchased and it leaked. Chalked it up to a bad tank /seal. Figured id get an exchange eventually . Here we are today in 17* weather with new tank and same thing. Luckily one side still works or i would be completely without heat…

Anonymous says:

Easy and looks great. (pending use) Just installed. Pending use and will update. Super simple install, I’m not sure why people reviewed that it’s not, it’s literally 4 rotations, 1 per tank, the inlet at the bottom and tightening down on the rod.

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