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46563003 where can I find regulator valve

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You can purchase the regulator/hose assembly (which is what you'll need) from any home center or hardware store that sells gas grills and accessories. Having your old one with you for comparison will help. But, I must ask you, why do you think you need a new regulator?

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Changed tanks like I always do went to lite heard this propane blast then it lite but doesnt regulate like before.


what does that mean? doesn't regulate like before? it is common to trip the check valve with a new tank because the over-fill prevention device float displaced the liquid in the cylinder which causes vaporized propane to hit the check valve too hard. the tank thinks it is leaking and shuits down gas flow so it is difficult or impossible to cook. reset the check valve by turning everything off. disconnect tank at regulator. turn grill valves on high, all of them. count to 100. turn the valves completely off. re attach the cylinder at the regulator. turn tank valve to turn on but very, very slow for the first full 360 degrees so the gas can only seep-through slowly. we do not want the gas to rush out and hit the check valve too hard.

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Where can we order a regulator for model 46563003? we are located in Del


You can purchase the regulator/hose assembly (which is what you'll need) from any home center or hardware store that sells gas grills and accessories. Having your old one with you for comparison will help. But, I must ask you, why do you think you need a new regulator?

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Just purchased a new gas tank. However upon turning valve and turning on the regulator the gas is leaking. Therefore i wanted to know if there is a problem with the tank or the regulator. If the latter,...


Hello, it is highly unlikely that the regulator is the problem, however I'd recommend that you remove the regulator from the tank and start over ensuring that the fitting seats tightly in the tank valve you tighten the fitting snug. If it still leaks, there is a spray that you can get to spray on the tank fitting and regulator to find the leak.You may need to contact the local gas company to get some or a furnace repair place or possibly even Sears, Lowes or Home Depot might have it. Spray it on the tank valve, regulator and any gas line joint that you can reach up to the burner valves. That should show you the area of the leak. Most all of the parts are replaceable including the regulator, but without your exact model number I couldn't tell you. I hope this helps you; if you do find this helpful please vote yes. Thank You!

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Where do i go to actually find a replacement griddle for a thermos fire and ice model # 46563003?


I am sending you to the easiest place in the world to find a replacement cooking grid, the internet. Most appliance parts companies are not carrying parts for this grill anymore.

However, Char-Broil is the manufacturer of this particular Thermos product. Your model number is actually 465630003, I think you missed a zero.

Anyway, the link I am giving you here will take you directly to your model. Near the bottom of the page you will see three tabs, product guides, replacement parts and universal parts. Click on the universal parts tab and you will find the cooking grid you want. I hope this helps you out. Here's the link: http://www.charbroil.com/Consumer/product_detail_m.aspx?ProductID=968

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Heat is about low or just a little higher on high setting


Low flame, low temperature, yellow flame: This has become the biggest problem with many grills these days and it's almost always because of the regulator (the funny UFO shaped thing on the gas hose). Regulators seem to be stickier these days and when they stick you don't get enough gas to generate a good grilling temperature. To get your regulator unstuck you need to release the pressure on it. Follow these steps exactly:
  1. Turn off the gas at the propane tank
  2. Disconnect the gas line from the tank
  3. Open the grill lid
  4. Turn all control valves to high
  5. Wait for about a minute
  6. Turn all control valves to off
  7. Reconnect the gas line to the tank
  8. SLOWLY turn on the gas at the tank
  9. Light the grill normally
  10. Your grill should now heat normally
To keep the regulator from sticking again make sure that you turn off the control valves first, then turn off the tank valve. Always open your tank valve slowly. If this doesn't work give it a second try. If you still have low flame then you probably have a faulty regulator that will need to be replaced.

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"The second stage regulator takes the manageable pressure coming from the 1st stage through the hose and delivers it to your mouthpiece in a way that is comfortable to breathe. Where the 1st stage is only concerned with letting air flow into the hose the 2nd stage has more complex machinery which handles both inhaling and exhaling through the same mouthpiece. Like the first stage the 2nd stage scuba regulator uses a diaphragm or piston to open a valve. Breathing in from the mouthpiece reduces the air pressure inside the chamber, water pressure pushes the diaphragm in, which opens the intake valve. When you stop inhaling the pressure in the chamber balances and the valve closes. The result is an air delivery system which supplies air only when you are inhaling and does not leak air constantly through the mouthpiece. A well balanced and well-maintained scuba regulator does its job so well that breathing feels natural and effortless despite the all mechanics involved. The second stage scuba regulator also has a purge or exhaust valve, which lets your exhaled air out of the chamber, but doesn't let water in. When you exhale into the second stage scuba regulator the pressure inside the chamber becomes greater than the ambient pressure. The exhaust valve is a simple one-way valve which lets this air escape. The second stage scuba regulator also has a purge or exhaust valve, which lets your exhaled air out of the chamber, but doesn't let water in. When you exhale into the second stage scuba regulator the pressure inside the chamber becomes greater than the ambient pressure. The exhaust valve is a simple one-way valve which lets this air escape. A second stage scuba regulator also has an ""emergency"" or ""purge"" button which forces the intake valve to open. When the purge button is pressed air will flow continuously into the chamber and escape either through the mouthpiece or the aforementioned exhaust valve"

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