Question about Grilling
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Propane tank with regulator
You're fine using a regulator, just keeps the propane 'regulated' : ) Since you already have it, I'd try the one you have. I'd figure your regulator for the big tank is set for low pressure, really may be fine by itself, but the additional one at the Webber end won't hurt anything. This is a YMMV, try cheapest way first using what you have, not much of a problem to change to the other one if it doesn't work.
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
I would recommend you take the regulator, hose and 20# cylinder to your local propane co and have them check it out for you. Or if possible, just load the entire bbg in a truck and bring it all to them. Call first to schedule a time that can look at it. If you replaced the tank and the regulator, my guess is that you probably have a cracked fitting or the fitting is missing an integral part that seals it to the tank. Douglas
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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