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How To Get Rid of a Nearly Full Gas Grill Propane Tank

I've got a propane tank for a gas grill which I estimate to be about 7/8 full. I don't need it, and I'm having difficulty getting rid of it. What should I do? [more inside]
posted by tckma on Sep 11, 2014 - 21 answers

Have I breathed in something bad for me?

Is my unseated toilet pipe going to kill me somehow overnight? [more inside]
posted by unixrat on Sep 3, 2012 - 11 answers

Gas tank icon mystery solved?

On which side of the car is the gas tank? [more inside]
posted by chocolatetiara on Apr 1, 2010 - 56 answers

Refill compressed natural gas tanks? Santa Cruz

Where can I refill compressed natural gas tanks? [more inside]
posted by Ekidnagrrl17 on Jan 23, 2009 - 2 answers

Pro-ana car

Car help: why can't i fill up my tank? (hint: it has nothing to do with the economy) [more inside]
posted by speef on Jul 31, 2008 - 13 answers

My car says it has gas but I don't think it does. It won't let me put more in. What to do?

My car, which is rarely driven, is unexpectedly acting like it's full of gas and will not accept more. I have no recollection of filling it with gas, though I do recall that the last time I drove it, it was hope-i-make-it-home almost empty. Am I just super forgetful? Or is there another explanation? [more inside]
posted by FortyT-wo on Mar 15, 2008 - 42 answers

Types propane tank gages

What is a good option for an after market gas grill propane tank gage? [more inside]
posted by retro88 on Aug 21, 2006 - 12 answers

Gas caps on cars - which side?

Sitting in a car today as my friend was filling her tank, and my colleagues and I wondered aloud why there doesn't seem to be a standard for which side of the car has the gas cap on it. The car we were in had it on the right, as do both my cars, but the others in the car had cars with the caps on the left. What logic do car manufacturers use to determine from which side fuel is delivered? Some vehicles have the delivery point at the rear, and I believe I once saw a car with the gas cap near the front somewhere. Anyone know a rough ratio of left / right on North American cars? If there is a majority, is it an ergonomics thing? Just curious.
posted by galto on May 18, 2005 - 45 answers

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