1. If you detect a gas leak and its safe to do so, turn off the tank, if not, contact your local fire department immediately.
  2. Never attempt to repair your propane tank. Contact a propane dealer for repair.
  3. Never fill a propane tank yourself – have your tank filled by a trained professional.
  4. Store propane tanks outdoors, upright and off the ground on a base.
  5. Never store a propane tank indoors, including in a basement or garage.
  6. Do not store a spare tank too close to a grill or any other high temperature device.
  7. Before lighting your grill, always check your tank for dents, rust or leaks.
  8. Never use a lighter or matches to check for gas leaks.
  9. Do not smoke near a propane tank. 



  1. Always follow the grill and patio heater manufacturer’s instructions.
  2. Do not allow children to play near the grill, heater or propane tank.
  3. Use leak-detection solution to check all connections for tightness and leaks.
  4. Never grill in a garage, breezeway, carport or under any surface that can burn.
  5. Keep the grill lid open when lighting.
  6. Check the grill hose regularly for wear and tear, and leaks.
  7. Make sure the grill is shut off and cooled before covering it.


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