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Disconnecting/Capping Propane Lines

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Hi everyone! 
We have a 1985 Sunland Express and have no need for the propane heater or the refrigerator. We are considering keeping the stove, for occasional use, but we would like to cap the other lines so we can remove the appliances at a date TBD. 

Should I just cap the lines at the appliance connection? Or should I be following the lines back and capping them closer to the source? Is there a better (safer) option?

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Cap them close to the appliance. If there is ever an issue, leaking, you will still have easy access.  Underneath the camper somewhere and you might not even notice until it blows. 

Used heaters and fridges are valuable.  Don't throw them away. Sell to someone who needs them

Linda S

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