Hey gang! I’m putting in all new lags lines & was wondering about putting in a flexible gas line to the domestic fridge (so I can pull it out if I need to get behind it) Also, is the “kitchen cabinet” enough space for the fridge to vent or do you think we need to cut a hole to the outside?
It is not legal to use a rubber propane hose inside a vintage trailer cabin. Connections should be copper tubing with brass flare fittings. It is fairly easy to disconnect the nut to move the fridge.
NOTE: We are talking VINTAGE TRAILERS here. There are some polyethylene hoses allowed in modern RVs.
You will need two vents to the outside to install a gas fridge, one lower and one upper. There should be baffles directing the intake and exhaust, according to fridge installations instructions. Any propane appliance needs an outside vent. Even the stove has a sliding vent to prevent deadly CO build up.