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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 12-09-2019, 13:12 Thread Starter
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LPG adapters?

Can anyone tell me whether I'll need adapters to fill up with LPG in Holland, Germany or Belgium? TIA
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i think you will need the adapter that they now use all over europe now it is called a euro adapter and is bullet shaped

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Ours look different, it is the LPG refillable you are talking about?

France, Italy and Poland are the same one, Germany the smaller one. Don´t know about Spain, Belgium and Holland, I suppose one of them will fit or maybe like the UK doesn't need an adaptor.
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Agree with Jan, we only ever use the one that she has shown, we have the other in a drawer but have never used it.

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Agree with Jan, we only ever use the one that she has shown, we have the other in a drawer but have never used it.

I hope that draw is in the van Dave, bit useless at home

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It is, I know EXACTLY where to find it, if it is ever needed, but our LPG system is now 10 years old and we have not needed it....... YET......

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Looks like a bit of the old mans handiwork there Gert
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Looks like a bit of the old mans handiwork there Gert
Except he never was my old man and I was never his old woman.
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hi all

i just am wondering if anyone checks there date for a retest on thair gas bottles

most bottles need re-testing after 10 years

at the show last weekend i looked at the date on some refillable bottles that a dealer was selling and they were allready 2 years old


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I've not seen any posts on checking them on here Barry and I've been here over ten years now.
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