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Need to bypass grills regulator

I have a regulator on my camper so I need to bypass the propane regulator for this grill, otherwise I do not get a good flame. You can do it for Weber Grills but can you do it on Coleman Roadtrip grill.

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The new style2_bing.gif OPD valves have a small brass ring located in the female fitting on the LP tank. Over time this ring can work loose and then it does not allow the male fitting to fully depress the OPD valve thus reducing your gas flow
Using a small flat bladed screw driver tighten the small brass ring This should solve your problem
IF not you might want to remove the cap (white) on your regulator and try slowly adjusting the regulator, make small adjustments and try the BBQ My Weber if I set the front and back burners to MED I get right at 350 degrees in 60 degree outdoor temps. Adjusting the regulator will take some time to get it right but If it is not your tank it is most likely your regulator out of adjustment

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Posted on Sep 05, 2010

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There is no repair. The canister holder/control valve will have to be replaced. You can contact Weber directly at 800-446-1071. If they don't have it try Appliance Factory Parts http://www.appliancefactoryparts.com/ They have a large selection of replacement parts for all makes & model grills.

Good luck and Happy Grilling!!

Posted on Jul 15, 2011

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Assuming you are referring to the Coleman Campers Grill Stove which is a side by side grill and stove unit than it is a pretty simple set up. All portable Coleman stoves set up basically the same. There should be a arm known as a regulator that came with the stove. The narrow end of this attaches to the right side of the stove and screws in. Then the propane bottle screws into the other larger end. make sure all connections are screwed together tightly. For more clarification check out these instructions:
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Your RV Propane System works on a different pressure than your, gas grill. Reinstalling the regulator may correct the pressure difference. Then install a short pipe nipple into the regulator and install a shutoff valve. After the shutoff valve, reinstall your quick disconnect hose. from here on after, each time you connect the hose to the grill, be sure the shutoff valve is OFF before making the connection. Then open the shutoff valve very, very, slowly, so as not to lock up the regulator.

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Yes Frank, you will need some specialty parts. The gas line from your tank will need a shut off valve near the grill. You cannot hard pipe the line to the grill. Code requires that your use a 12' long, rubber, Quick Disconnect Gas Hose. They are normally sold as a kit and should have all the necessary fittings. You will need to remove the grill's hose/regulator assembly, as it won't be necessary any more. That is, unless you have a high pressure propane system. Then you will need a regulator on the gas line coming from the tank to the grill. If that is the case, it should have the capacity to carry the maximum Btu output of your grill, if all the burners where ON and at their highest setting, at the same time. And finally, and probably the most important, have the knowledge and skill necessary to properly hookup an outdoor gas appliance. Or have a good friend that is a Certified Gas Technician to help you. Of course, your propane provider would probably do it for you. Which, might be money well spent.

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First two burners work fine but when I turn on third burner (back) it cuts out the whole grill on the Weber genesis


This is very common with faulty regulators. The regulator is located on the hose (it is a metal silver disc located at the end of the hose where the hose attaches to the propane tank.)

To replace the hose and regulator, you need to detach the hose from the grill. Your local grill store should have replacement hose and regulators.


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My Weber Q grill worked great for 5 years but now it won't light on one corner and I can't get a high flame on any part of the burner. Even on "high" the flames are small & blue and the heat level is...


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I am getting very low blue flames, when I light the back or middle burner the flames get smaller and sometimes go out. Grill not getting hot. Could this be the regulator??


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I need to convert a weber nat. gas grill to propane and i can not find the kit, can you help?


OK - you may not like this answer, but it is what is is :^)

Its common to find kits that convert propane to natural gas (NG) but not the other way around. This is because NG has less energy per square foot than propane, therefore, the holes in your NG grill controls and burners will be bigger to move more gas and get the BTU's you need.

When you convert from propane to NG, you can simply drill the holes bigger and remove the regulator. But the reverse is not practical because you can't make the holes in a NG grill smaller without buying all new burners and control knobs. I guess that's the bottom line - your "kit" is simply to replace the burners and controls with propane-specific parts. You might be better off to just buy a new grill by the time you go through all that. If you have a Weber, their web site has all the manuals and part numbers you would need.

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