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Need some parts

Hello i was given a thermos grill 2 go (nemo) that is in good nik
but it needs a regulator/valve and gas line to the bottle
Is there someone i could call in australia to help Thanks

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  • kaldon Feb 10, 2009

    Most places i have asked if they have any parts do not know any thing about the BBQ can you givre me a name that i could try and call

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Hello. Most hardware stores will have replacement parts which work on all grills. good luck .

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