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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

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SOURCE: cannot conect regulator to small 16.4 oz propane tank

It must have some sort of packing spacer you need to remove from the hose to attach the tank. LOL

Posted on Apr 12, 2009

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SOURCE: Kenmore Gas Grill 141.155401 issue with Propane tanks

replace the regulator

Posted on Apr 14, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a Uniflame Model

it is the regulator go to home depot and buy one

Posted on Aug 25, 2009

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SOURCE: Propane was leaking between tank and regulator on

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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I hooked a thermador cooktop to a BBQ propane tank. The flames are large for a second and make a puff sound and the shrink to nothing. All 5 burners do the same.


It does sound like a faulty regulator, propane operates at 2.75kpa and if the existing regulator is for natural gas it is only 1.1kpa.
If you are operating off a bulk tank the regulator on the tank may be high pressure then the secondary regulator on the appliance may be to bring it down further. See if you can get a manometer and check it all out before doing any regulator removing.

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Contact GHP Group Inc, (877) 447-4768 to order a replacement regulator - MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE PROPER HEATER MODEL NUMBER. Replacement Part Number: S2TT0001B for the RMC-TT30DGP.

Replacement cost including shipping is a couple bits over $21.

When talking to the technician on the phone, he cautioned me against rapidly opening the tank valve, which hammers the regulator (the replacement one is more robust than the original), kinda' like how water-hammer can cause damage to water pipes and/or water appliances. Open the tank valve gently, don't just whip it open (like I used to), your regulator will last a lot longer that way.

Because of the press-fit and pins used in the regulator construction & assembly, self-repair is not possible or recommended since the regulator may not seal correctly afterwards.

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Propane was leaking between tank and regulator on my BBQ. Replaced with three new regulators and two new propane tanks but still get strong hissing from vent hole and strong smell of propane when I open...


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

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Propane is venting from regulator


Your propane regulator is defective and will need to be replaced. Do not use it. Contact your local propane co and bring it in for a replacement. Some retailers like K-Mart, Target or Wal-Mart will also have regulators, but if yours if not standard, it may need to be ordered by a Ducane grill reseller like Amerigas Propane, which is the largest propane co in the U.S.

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I need a new regulator with a low med high knob for two burner dyna glo tank top heater propane if tou have how much if not where can I get one thank you


If you don't have an authorized dealer to get a replacement regulator, contact GHP Group Inc, (877) 447-4768. MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE PROPER HEATER MODEL NUMBER. Replacement Part Number: S2TT0001B for the RMC-TT30DGP.

Here's a link to the manual for eight of their tank-top heaters

Replacement cost including shipping is a couple bits over $21.

When talking to the technician on the phone, he cautioned me against rapidly opening the tank valve, which hammers the regulator (the replacement one is more robust than the original), kinda' like how water-hammer can cause damage to water pipes and/or water appliances. Open the tank valve gently, don't just whip it open (like I used to), your regulator will last a lot longer that way.

Because of the press-fit and pins used in the regulator construction & assembly, self-repair is not possible or recommended since the regulator may not seal correctly afterwards.

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Hooking up a pool heater to propane.


A pressure regulator and pipe or hose. Whoever is selling you the tank/propane should be able to help you size everything based on the tank hook-up and tank pressure. The heater nameplate will tell you the proper inlet gas pressure that the regulator will need to reduce the tank pressure to.

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Cannot conect regulator to small 16.4 oz propane tank


It must have some sort of packing spacer you need to remove from the hose to attach the tank. LOL

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