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Old 2 Weeks Ago   #21
 
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They work fine but will never completely fill the 1lb bottle. 1/2-2/3 at best.

Best trick I know is get the small bottle as cold as possible before filling.

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refill 1#

I have a dozen 1 pound bottles that I collected over the years, and refilled them once so far, in one batch from a 20# tank. This batch will probably last me another year or so, since I only use about 2 per year to run a small stove. I checked the weight of each bottle before and after the fill to see how much was getting in, and the first 3-4 were overfilled. I cooled everything overnight on a -5F night.

I recommend watching a couple Youtube videos to see what's being done. Actually, it is not hard to overfill, and you probably don't want to do that; it will result in droplets of liquid propane sometimes getting through your regulator and causing flares. I ended up flaring off the excess with a torch, but have otherwise been happy with the results.
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I'm chilling mine in the deep freeze and generally get them 14oz full.
The tanks I've come across tend to weigh about 1lb, so it's pretty easy to subtract 1lb on a digital scale.
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