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The piece that connects the propane tank to the hose for stove
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: propane hose has a hole
Many "old-fashioned" hardware stoves have a ribbed tube that fits inside the hose and a pair of clamps for the outside. Cut the hose where the leak is, put a clamp on each side of the cut, slide the ribbed tube into one side of the cut, push on the other side of the tube, tighten the clamps and you are done. Except for the shopping trip, it should take less than five minutes for the fix and the only tolls you will need ar a knide (or limb pruner) and a screwdriver.
Posted on Aug 25, 2007
I converted one a few years back, and got most all of the parts I needed from the local gas company. The few parts they didn't have, I got from Lowe's. I got something I wasn't expecting in the bargain - expert advice at the gas company. They just loved talking about converting to NatGas and couldn't have been more helpful. Try your local company. I bet they have the same type of folks there. By the bye, some gas co's will make the conversion to NatGas for you for free. Check it out!
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
It sounds like you may be "vapor locking" the grill...after you are done cooking on the grill, how do you shut it off? Do you close the tank valve first then close the burner valves or do you turn off the burner valves then shut the gas off at the tank? If you turn the burners off before turning the gas off, you are creating a "vapor-lock" where air gets trapped in the line and you get the sputtering you are talking about.
Try this first, turn the gas on, then light the grill...once it is lit, turn off the gas and wait for the flame to fully extinguish then turn the burners off. Now try to light it again...if it is still sputtering, repeat the procedure above to purge the air out of the line.
If that procedure does not fix your issue after three tries, go get a new line and regulator and install then do that same procedure again. This should fix your issue once and for all.
If you experience any trouble with this, let me know here. Good Luck!
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
You have a leak at that connection, LP gas must be present to freeze. Please find the fix before you use the BBQ
Check the small "O" ring on the end of your POL connection
Posted on Mar 07, 2010
SOURCE: Gas not getting to grill
Two things could be wrong. Tank valve could be bad, not allowing gas to flow. Or regulator could be bad not allowing gas to pass. Try taking the tank off and pushing a screwdriver into the end of it with the tank open, if gas doesn't come out tank valve is bad, valve has a spring in it to shut down if starts leaking. If tank valve is good regulator must be bad. I am leaning more towards to the tank valve.
Posted on Apr 07, 2010
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