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If your gas requirements are small, and it sounds like they are, then there is no reason at all not to connect your small cylinder to the main line, in place of the tank. The only issue you may have is if you use the gas for space-heating; As LPG evaporates to replace that which is drawn off, it does so my taking latent heat from its surroundings. When you ...


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Disclaimer: I am not a professional. I am an electronics hobbyist who has researched and tinkered with my own home heating. Yes, a relay is almost certainly all you need. In conventional thermostat systems the device being controlled supplies 24 VAC (if it has an electric supply line to it) or a small DC voltage generated from the heat of the pilot light, ...


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