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Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover RV LP Gas Regulator

Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover RV LP Gas Regulator

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Low-pressure 2-stage LP gas regulator ensures a continuous flow of gas to all appliances by combining a high-pressure first-stage and low-pressure second-stage regulator into one unit. Designed for RV applications. Lowest Prices for the best propane from JR Products. Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover RV LP Gas Regulator part number 37207-31525 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-1624 for expert service.
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JR Products Propane - 37207-31525

  • Regulators
  • 3/8 Inch - Female NPT
  • 1/4 Inch - FIF
  • JR Products
  • Dual Stage - Automatic Changeover

Low-pressure 2-stage LP gas regulator ensures a continuous flow of gas to all appliances by combining a high-pressure first-stage and low-pressure second-stage regulator into one unit. Designed for RV applications.


Features

  • Low-pressure 2-stage LP gas regulator ensures a continuous flow of gas to all appliances by combining a high-pressure first-stage and low-pressure second-stage regulator into one unit
  • 1/4" FIF inlet x 3/8" FPT outlet
  • 262,500 Btu rating
  • Zinc die cast
  • Molded rubber diaphragms
  • UL Approved
  • 2nd Stage relief mechanism per UL 144
  • Adjustable screw and dust cap
  • Powder coated


07-31525 JR Products Compact Low Pressure Two-Stage Automatic Changeover RV LP Gas Regulator




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Video Transcript for JR Products Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover RV LP Gas Regulator Review

What's up everybody It's AJ with etrailer.com. Today we're going to be checking out this automatic changeover regulator from JR Products. What this is going to do is it's going to help you, obviously, regulate the propane in your rig, but it's automatically going to switch over when one tanks down. So right now, the lever's pointed to this tank. When this one reaches its end, it's automatically going to switch over to this one. That way when you come back out here next time, you'll switch a lever over to primarily focus on this one and you can replace this one without worrying about any gas escaping or anything like that but continue to have propane.

Let's check it out.A way it helps you figure out which tank is empty is this gauge here. I'm going to open up this propane and you'll see the gauge will turn to green. Now you know that this one has propane it. So it sensing that it has propane. It's going to be fine.

There's no reason to change the readout. Now, if I flip it over to this one, you're going to watch it slowly switch over and realize there's no propane in this one because I have the valve shut off. With that in mind, just because it's red doesn't mean both tanks are drained. You'll want to switch it over to the other one, you see green and knows this one's full and you're still good to go and you can replace this one now.Now, we worked with two different regulators today. Both of these are from JR Products, but the only difference is this one's a little bit bigger and has extra screw holes.

Otherwise, it's the same thing. Functions the exact same way. You just want to go with the bigger one if you have more appliances that are drawing propane off of it. So like I said, you got way more stuff running off it, you're going to need a bigger regulator to regulate the propane. It's going to help you out with both of your tanks just the same.

Chances are if you're checking this out, it's time to replace your old one. Here's the old one here. We went ahead and removed that, and you needed to do that every 10 years. They recommend it because it's got a rubber diaphragm on the inside that eventually wears out, then you're going to get less pressure. Now, that goes the same with your propane tanks. So if you do them at the same time, that'll work out. If you don't replace your propane tanks and you just get them refilled, up to 10 years it's time to get them reinspected to make sure they're still okay to use. You'll have to take them to a propane place to get them inspected and approved to use.Another thing to think about when you're going to replace your regulator is the hoses that go with it. You want to make sure you get the right ones that have the right connections. We have the inverted connector here. You can see it's smaller than the outside grip, and then we have the NPT connection and you can see that that threaded part matches the outside grip. So that's an easier way to tell just by looking at it and going, "Oh, okay. The bigger one that comes all the way out to the end, that's the NPT, and this is going to be the inverted." If you look at our regulator, it uses the inverted. So you can just come in here and screw it in that way. If we we're going to try and use the NPT, clearly too big. It's not going to thread in there. Looking at the outlet down here, this is going to be sized at 3/8" and it has an FPT connection. So another thing about when going with the lines you're going to be running to it, make sure that matches up with the one that goes to your rig.It's pretty straight forward. That's how the regular works and how you would replace it. But how does it install It was pretty easy. So let's check out how we did it. This is what it's going to look like when you get it. Now, we added a bracket to our regulator that JR Products also offers that's on our website, because the old bracket wouldn't work with our new regulator. It didn't had four screws in it, and the screw spacings didn't match up with this one. This one's an inch apart. So that's something else to look at when you're going to get your replacement. Make sure the bracket matches so you can attach it, that way you can attach it over there too.So first off, I put one screw in there already. Going to simply put the second one in. That way we attach the regulator to the bracket. I'll show you the back of the regulator here in a second. You can see it's got the spaces there where the screws go in. So it's as easy as lining the bracket up and screwing it in. We're going to attach our output hose to the bottom here, the regulator. It's easier to do that before you install the regulator because you can easily just spin it like that and attach that bottom hose. Get it nice and tight. Looks good. Now you can go ahead and set the bracket down on top, because there is a hole just for it and then we'll add our wing nut to hold it in place. Again, want to get it nice and tight. Just going to push down on this bracket and this bracket keeping everything in place.Now we're going to add our other hose. It's easier to screw in this side, which would be our inverted side first, and then attach this side to the propane tank. You're all set. It really is that simple. It installed very easily. It works great. I like that I can switch over to this tank if I need to, but I don't have to. If this tank runs out, it's automatically going to come over here while I'm inside. I don't have to leave the camper if it's cold. I really like that. It makes it easier, and I know I'm covered for the next 10 years. That does it for our look at this regulator. Hope this helped.


Customer Reviews

Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover RV LP Gas Regulator - 37207-31525

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (28 Customer Reviews)

Low-pressure 2-stage LP gas regulator ensures a continuous flow of gas to all appliances by combining a high-pressure first-stage and low-pressure second-stage regulator into one unit. Designed for RV applications.

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I have never had to replace a propane regulator on any of my RV's. Never gave it a second thought. My 4 year old regulator bit the dust so had to replace. I didn't realize different brands have different "RATE FLOWS". Maybe cuzz my original was defective. Maybe "CHEAP" (like a lot of items on RV's) but this new one sure made a difference. Example: Since I bought the rig (4yrs. old) the stove has never looked or worked correctly. The flame looked low and not a good blue color like I thought it should be. It's a very nice flame now! Wow,,,I'm totally impressed! One of those things you just tolerate and don't think about till it's working correctly!!! The one I bought is rated for more BTUs than I need on primary side, 262.5K and the secondary is rated at 210K. Works great so far! Very pleased!



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This crossover compact two stage regulator is of high quality in my opinion. From its quality finish ,,out of the box performance, And ease of mounting makes the perfect choice for my travel trailer. The staff at etrailer were helpful in letting me return my first choice” Single input low pressure two stage regulator“, which failed to perform out of the box. I am a senior, retired school bus driver/tow truck Owner operator, And my family and I have a Lotta trucks, ATVs, trailers etc. We will continue to do business with etrailer.com



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with product selection and research help from etrailer successfully installed the LP gas regulator. Tested my three burner stove and refrigerator and both work perfectly with the new LP regulator. With my old regulator I battled irregular gas flow. With expert help, easy sales transaction, quick deliver and installation instruction lead to a problem free repair. The regulator worked perfectly. Thank you



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Speedy delivery and service as always. Wyoming winter caught up to my outdoor projects so the planned installation has been moved to the spring.



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Couldnt find this part locally. So thankful to find it here. Shipped it fast. The price is acceptable for needing it asap for our camp in the mountains. Gotta be warm in the winter!



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Came promptly after I ordered and was exactly what I ordered. My regulator on my RV malfunctioned and needed to be replaced.



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Easy installation and quality product t hx



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This was an easy replacement for the OEM that was on my Grand Design Reflection TT. The OEM developed a small leak on the switch valve.



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Excellent product. I have bought it twi ce.



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This regulator is an exact P/N match to the OEM regulator on my camper. Good service at a fair price, with really quick delivery. Very satisfied with etrailer!



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The regulator works great! Made myself & my wife very happy/ Thank you big time!



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Super quiet. Works as intended. Pay the extra for this as it worth it...



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Even in the Christmas shipping season I had my order in 2 days! Thank you.



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Received quick.



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Great company parts arrived two days earlier then web site predicted will buy from them next time better than [big box store] just my opinion 5 stars



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well packed and the order was received 2 days after I ordered it.



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Easy exchange



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The new regulator fit perfectly and was easy to install



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Exact fit and easily installed



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Excellent service. Quick delivery


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  • Difference Between JR Products Automatic Changeover Propane Regulators & Camco Propane Regulator
    The difference between the prices of the JR Products Automatic Changeover LP Gas Regulators and Camco Automatic Changeover 2-Stage Propane Regulators are in the BTU per hour, which as you correctly noted, is important information. The JR Products Automatic Changeover RV LP Gas Regulator # 37207-30395 is rated for 345,000 BTU per hour for the Service Cylinder and 260,000 BTU per hour for the reserve cylinder. The JR Products Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover RV LP Gas...
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  • Dual Propane Regulator Replacement for Older Trailer
    It looks like what you have there are dual propane tanks, so a dual propane regulator will be needed. The age of the trailer doesn't matter so long as the fittings on the tanks are current. So what you need is the Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover RV LP Gas Regulator # 37207-31525. For hoses you can use the 12 inch MB Sturgis Propane Hose Assembly - RV Type 1 w/ Back Check x 1/4" MPT # 100473-12. To mount this regulator if needed, you can use the U-Post RV LP Gas Regulator...
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  • Changeover/Regulator and Pigtail Harness or RV with Two 100 lb Propane Tanks
    What you are looking for is a dual stage propane regulator with an automatic changeover like the JR Products Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover # 37207-31525. This connects to both of your tanks and automatically switches between them so that you can use both tanks without having to manually switch between them. For a 15 inch pigtail to connect from each tank to the regulator then we have the steel braided part # 100833-15 which will work great.
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  • Is JR Products 2-Stage Automatic Changeover Regulator a Good Replacement for Fairview GR-9984
    A lot of propane regulators carry similar specs and are pretty comparable when it comes to quality. JR Products does a great job at pairing up good quality with a cost-effective product like the Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover RV LP Gas Regulator # 37207-31525. I reached out to my contact at JR Products who let me know that this regulator is rated for 262,500 Btu so it is on par with the Fairview regulator GR-9984 that you're looking at. One other thing you might...
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  • Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover Dual Tank Propane Regulator
    For a low pressure automatic changeover regulator the best option is the Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover RV LP Gas Regulator # 37207-31525. This uses the standard 1/4" FIF inlet x 3/8" FPT outlet, and to mount it I do recommend the U-Post RV LP Gas Regulator Bracket # 37207-30405. I have added links to video reviews of both parts for you to check out as well.
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  • Regulator for Gas Fireplace that Needs 11 inch Water Column from Two Propane Tanks
    The 11 inch to 13 inch WC requirement you mentioned is standard LP like what the regulator part # 37207-31525 you mentioned provides. This regulator was designed for dual tank setups like you have too and automatically changes between the two so it would work great.
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  • How Much PSI Does the Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover Regulator Provide
    The Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover RV LP Gas Regulator part # 37207-31525 is a low pressure regulator which provides the standard 11 inches water column or roughly .4 pounds per square inch. If you are looking for more than this you would need to go with a high pressure regulator, the High Pressure RV LP Gas Regulator part # 37207-30325 which puts out up to 30 pounds per square inch.
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  • Does JR Products Automatic Changeover Regulator Include Back-Check Valve
    The JR Products automatic changeover regulator, part # 37207-31525, does have a back-check valve so you don't need to purchase the adapters separately with part # 204120-MBS. You only need to purchase the adapters if you need a replacement for any reason.
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  • Will 2-Stage Automatic Changeover Propane Regulator Emit Propane Smell
    I'm glad you asked, because there should not be an odor of propane coming from anywhere, including the vent, of your automatic changeover propane regulator. You are correct that a regulator should absolutely last longer than just a couple years (most are meant to be replaced approximately 15 years) but on occasion they do go bad, which is what happened with yours and why it is emitting the odor of gas. So you will definitely want to replace yours with the Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage...
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  • How to Connect Two LP Propane Tanks to a Single Feed Line and Switch between Two Automatically
    We have just what you need with the JR Products Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover RV LP Gas Regulator # 37207-31525. This is designed to allow two propane tanks to feed a single feed line at 11 inch water column and automatically changes from one tank to the other when the tank gets low and offers no interruption in service. So you'd basically connect everything up and you'd get to use the propane from both tanks without having to worry about switching tanks. I attached...
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  • Will JR Product LP Gas Regulator # 37207-31525 Work on 2005 Forest River Silver Back
    The JR Products Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover # 37207-31525 that you referenced is exactly what you need as a regulator for your RV that has two tanks. This regulator uses the standard 11 inch water column pressure rating that your RV has and has ability to automatically change between your two tanks so that you don't have to worry about that. There's no need to consider the BTU rating of this as that's not how these are rated typically. It all comes down to the water...
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  • Parts Needed to Switch to Dual Propane Tank Setup From Single Tank
    An auto-switching dual propane regulator would be my recommendation in this situations just because of the ease of use; something like the Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover RV LP Gas Regulator Item # 37207-31525. You can connect your existing gas line to this regulator. You'll also need 2 pigtails to connect the propane tanks to the regulator, so for that I recommend using the Propane Hose with Back Check - Type 1 x 1/4" Male Inverted Flare - 20" Item # 37207-30745....
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  • Correct Regulator For Vintage Avion Trailer With Dual Horizontal Tanks
    Thank you for your photo John. Normally a horizontal tank like an ASME tank would require a horizontal regulator like part # 108221. The dual tank setup on your Avion will need a vertical regulator with automatic changeover part # 37207-31525. As long as the vent is facing down it will work well for you.
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  • Replacing Winntec 6020 Regulator on RV Propane Setup
    The Winntec 6020 regulator that you referenced is a low pressure regulator like what the JR part # 37207-31525 you referenced is designed to replace which will work great. The pigtail you'd need depends on the length that works best for you. # 37207-30775 is 3 feet with a back check, # 37207-30745 is 20 inches with a back check, and # 37207-30715 is 1 foot with a back check. Back checks prevent the hose from leaking in reverse basically where it attaches to the tank. It's a great feature...
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  • How To Determine Fit of the Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover RV LP Gas Regulator
    The Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover RV LP Gas Regulator part # 37207-31525 is a universal regulator that will fit pretty much any trailer. It uses the standard 1/4" FIF inlet and 3/8" FPT outlet so there should be no problems with compatibility.
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  • Replacement Automatic Changeover and Pigtails for Propane Tanks
    The Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover RV LP Gas Regulator # 37207-31525 doesn't have a specific length requirement for the pigtail connections. You can absolutely use the MB Sturgis Propane Pigtail - Stainless Overbraid - Type 1 x 1/4" Male Inverted Flare - 2' # 100833-24 but they are 3 times longer than your current pigtails. If you just want slightly longer hoses you can use the Propane Hose with Back Check - Type 1 x 1/4" Male Inverted Flare - 1-1/2' # 37207-30735 or...
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  • Water Column Rating of the Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover RV LP Gas Regulator
    The Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover RV LP Gas Regulator part # 37207-31525 is a low pressure regulator so it will provide the standard of 11 W.C. It is not adjustable.
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  • Parts Needed to Connect Dual 100-lbs Propane Tanks to Shop Furnace
    You can use the Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover RV LP Gas Regulator # 37207-31525 with two of the # 37207-30635 to connect your propane tanks to a regulator; this is an automatic changeover regulator so you'll never have to worry about losing propane supply when one of the tanks is finished. Once you've connected those, you will need a supply hose to run from the regulator to the furnace; you'll need a 3/8 male NPT on the regulator end but which connection you'll need...
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  • Will the J.R. Products Compact 2-Stage Propane Regulator Work On a DuroMax XP10000EH Generator
    Yes, the Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover RV LP Gas Regulator part # 37207-31525 can supply up to 262,500 Btu's per hour which will be plenty for a DuroMax XP10000EH Generator. I wasn't able to find the exact Btu requirement for this model but the DuroMax XP12000EH Generator only requires 178,500 Btu's so I know you will be covered.
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  • Propane Regulator Recommendation for 2000 Coleman Bayside Elite Pop Up
    I checked out your 2000 Coleman Bayside Elite and it looks like it uses a dual propane tank setup at the front of it so for a regulator I would recommend the # 37207-31525 which connects to both tanks and has the ability to switch between the two tanks easily and automatically so you don't have to worry about switching tanks when one is empty.
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    If your 2006 Airstream Bambi Travel Trailer has a single propane tank you will most likely need the Camco Vertical 2-Stage Propane Regulator # CAM59313 which uses two stages to reduce the pressure of the gas. Stage one reduces take pressure to 10 psi to stabilize the gas, and Stage two reduces pressure to 11" WC so that gas flow is safe for appliances. If you have a dual propane tank setup I recommend the Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover RV LP Gas Regulator # 37207-31525...
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  • Recommended MB Sturgis Auto Changeover Regulator for Two 30 lb Tanks
    The MB Sturgis High Capacity Two-Stage Auto Changeover Regulator # 888001-MBS reaches upwards of 500,000 Btu P/H and maintains pressure of 9 WC or above. This sounds like what you are seeking as the Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover RV LP Gas Regulator # 37207-31525 is a similar item but only has a 262,500 Btu rating.
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  • Determining Correct Automatic Change Over Propane Regulator For Generator
    You are on the right track. To determine the correct replacement regulator for your generator you will need to know the BTU per hour requirement of the generator. You should be able to find this information in the owner's manual for your generator or by contacting the generator manufacturer. Once you know the correct BTU per hour rating your need you can choose the correct regulator. For example the MB Sturgis High Capacity Two-Stage Auto Changeover Regulator # 888001-MBS you were...
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  • Parts for 40 Pound Propane Tank Connection.
    The parts you are suggesting are; # 37207-31455 Propane Hose, # 37207-31525 regulator, and # 100575-15-MBS propane tank Type-1 pigtail. Looks good for two 40# tanks. If you only have one tank, then you only need one pigtail and you can use a regular regulator like the JR Products # 37207-30335 made for RV's and supporting 175,000 BTU. Select a regulator based on the application. You can email me back if you need a different sized regulator.
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