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kakouchac 05-08-2013 07:17 PM

need gaz parts for mini 15 escort cooler
 
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Hi

i need help to find part for my 3 way freezer .

that picture is all the gaz line for the frezer itself .

the part pointed by a pen its craked , open , i have a gaz lik right there .if you have its in a good condition contac me please tank or where i can find its. :u

mary and bob 05-08-2013 07:34 PM

looks like it's just a brass female coupling, pipe thread on each end?

Francesca Knowles 05-08-2013 07:35 PM

Have you tried asking at a place that carries propane gas plumbing parts?

That fitting doesn't look specialized to me...

Francesca

kakouchac 05-08-2013 09:54 PM

[QUOTE=kakouchac;385571]Hi

i need help to find part for my 3 way freezer .

that picture is all the gaz line for the frezer itself .

the part pointed by a pen its craked , open , i have a gaz lik right there .if you have its in a good condition contac me please tank or where i can find its. :u[/QUOTE



Tank you to anser me first this femele couplinf is flaired side that is special and the second side inside its look like a very small filter and with pipe thread . hope you understand , i will try to ask the propane gaz parts store tank you both of you

mary and bob 05-09-2013 05:17 AM

Sounds like that it is a special fitting that contains a filter to catch any debris that may be in the line from the tank. Good idea, but a specialized part that may be difficult to find. When I did propane work for a few years I never saw one of those, although have seen something similar used on fuel oil. It may be possible to eliminate it with some different fittings. If you can find a supplier or repair person of gas appliances they should be able to help.

kakouchac 05-09-2013 05:36 PM

tank you
 
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Originally Posted by mary and bob (Post 385643)
Sounds like that it is a special fitting that contains a filter to catch any debris that may be in the line from the tank. Good idea, but a specialized part that may be difficult to find. When I did propane work for a few years I never saw one of those, although have seen something similar used on fuel oil. It may be possible to eliminate it with some different fittings. If you can find a supplier or repair person of gas appliances they should be able to help.




tank you for chering your knowege i rely apreciate :)


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