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Old 05-04-2021, 04:53 PM   #1
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Hello all,
Looking for recommendations for a source for propane fridge and propane range. We do our own 100lb tanks on Diamond Is , hauled back and forth to the mainland, filled by Amerigas. Amerigas is notoriously bad at customer service and have not replied to my many calls, so I'm also looking for an independent gas piping person who can re-plumb the gas lines.
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Old 05-04-2021, 06:08 PM   #2
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You can order Unique Off Grid Propane fridges and ranges from Home Depot.
But LL Cotes in Errol has propane fridges from several manufacturers in stock. As far as ranges go in my opinion find someone selling an old vintage Garland commercial range, they are built to last, and most likely will outlast anything built today. We have a 6 burner with griddle at our camp, they do make smaller ones
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Old 05-04-2021, 06:28 PM   #3
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I think the biggest issue with these particular type of appliances is adequate ventilation while in use. It looks like Grandpa Redneck has provided a few sources in the posting above mine.

Just a few stories: I have an in law who has a nice sized gas refrigerator in his garage that cools his favorite beer and beverages. I would say the vintage is in the 1930's or 1940's. It always amazed me as to how that little flame could keep all that beer so cold all the time!

I did have a Glenwood stove at one time that did have the gas log attachment. I wasn't smart enough to hold on to it when I remodeled the kitchen and have always regretted tossing it out. It provided incredible heat anytime I wanted to turn on that heater attachment.
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You can order Unique Off Grid Propane fridges and ranges from Home Depot.

But LL Cotes in Errol has propane fridges from several manufacturers in stock. As far as ranges go in my opinion find someone selling an old vintage Garland commercial range, they are built to last, and most likely will outlast anything built today. We have a 6 burner with griddle at our camp, they do make smaller ones

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You’re probably looking to purchase locally, but Lehman’s website / catalog caters to the non-electric lifestyle (Amish). They have some really cool stuff, including propane appliances.

https://www.lehmans.com/
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