• LP gas tank must be arranged for vapor withdrawal.
• The LP gas tank must have a listed overﬁlling prevention device (OPD) and a QCCI or Type I
(CGA810) LP gas tank connection.
• The LP gas tank must have a tank collar to protect the tank valve.
• LP gas cylinder must contain a shut-o valve as speciﬁed in the Standard for Compressed Gas
Cylinder Valve Outlet and Inlet Connection, ANSI/CGA-V-1-1977, CSA B96.
• The LP gas tank should not be dropped or handled roughly.
• Tanks must be stored outdoors out of the reach of children. Do NOT store in a building,
garage, or any other enclosed area.
• Never store your LP gas tank where temperatures can reach over 125°F.
• Do not store the LP gas cylinder in direct sunlight or near a source of heat or combustion.
• Never keep a ﬁlled LP gas tank in a hot car or car trunk. Heat will cause the gas pressure to
increase, which may open the relief valve and allow gas to escape.
• Place dust cap on valve outlet whenever the LP gas tank is not in use. Only install the type of
dust cap on the LP gas tank valve outlet that is provided with the LP gas tank valve. Other
types of caps or plugs may result in leakage of propane.
a. Do not store a spare LP gas cylinder under or near this appliance.
b. Never ﬁll the LP gas cylinder beyond 80% full.
c. If the information in (a) and (b) is not followed exactly, a ﬁre causing death or serious
injury may occur.
• LP gas cylinders should be ﬁlled only by a certiﬁed LP gas dealer.
• The pressure regulator is set for 11 inches of water column (pressure).
• The maximum inlet gas pressure for this outdoor ﬁre table is 14 inches of water column
• Never attempt to attach this appliance to the self-contained LP gas system of a camper trailer,
motor home or house.
• Always use the pressure regulator and hose assembly provided with the appliance to connect
to a LP gas cylinder. Never connect to an unregulated LP gas supply. For technical support
contact Real Flame at 1-800-654-1704.
• Hand turn the manual gas control valve. Never use tools. If the valve will not turn by hand, do
not try to repair it. Call a Certiﬁed Gas Technician. The use of force or any self attempted repair
may result in a ﬁre or explosion.
Connecting your gas cylinder:
Before connection, be sure that there is no debris caught in the head of the gas cylinder, head
of the regulator valve or in the head of the burner and burner ports. Connect regulator valve
and hand-tighten ﬁrmly. Disconnect the propane cylinder from the regulator valve when the
ﬁre table is not in use. DO NOT obstruct the ﬂow of combustion air and ventilation air to the
Other LP cylinders may be acceptable for use with the appliance provided they are compatible
with the appliance retention means and accompanied by illustration(s) depicting the cylinder
mounted to the appliance utilizing the cylinder retention means and the point of contact
between the cylinder and the retention means. The cylinder connection device must be
compatible with the connection for the appliance.
Propane (LP) Dangers And Warnings (Continued)