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Old 2020-03-15, 6:55am
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Sounds like you are covered except for ventilation. I would not bring my propane inside though. I keep mine out on my deck at all times. You can put a trashcan over it if you want to give it some protection from the elements. Edited to say: the risk to bringing it in is that the tank or regulator will leak when not in use, and propane will pool on the ground and have no means of dispersal. I get the impression you are not in the U.S. (KG instead of LB) so don't know if the propane where you are is treated to make it smell? It is really easy here to smell even the smallest propane leak, so I think you would know quickly if your tank had leaked while you had it indoors.
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