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Old 07-21-2015, 11:21 PM   #1
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Mystery propane lines in Trillium

We have a '75 Trillium 1300 and we recently removed the furnace. (We don't have much need for it in the south but we need the storage with the kiddos.) With the furnace out, we can clearly see the propane lines. From the hitch to the bumper, it appears the first goes to the fridge, second to the burners on the stove, third to the furnace (which we'll now cap off), and now we have a mystery third line which is much thinner and appears to travel up above the furnace hole between the fiberglass backsplash and the fiberglass shell. What does this go to and what is it's purpose?
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Old 07-21-2015, 11:45 PM   #2
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Is this copper line tied into the gas? Not sure what it could be, as there are no stock gas appliances up there. Maybe a gas light plumbed in at one time?
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In days gone past, some campers had a gas light inside. Do you C where something use to be mounted to the wall?
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I have a Trillium, (The Cantaloupe) with a gas light sticking out of the cupboard above the sink.
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I have a Trillium, (The Cantaloupe) with a gas light sticking out of the cupboard above the sink.
I remember seeing that, Dave. Do you think it was a stock option, or something added by an owner?
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Owner mod. I have never seen another like it.
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