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Works on small bottles \low flow on 5lb tank with adapter hose

Low flow from 5 lb tank works great on small bottles.
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T urn tank off disconnect from grill make sure knb is in off position reconnect make sure fitting is all the way on tank reconnect and try again if this doesnt work you may need new hose weber has had problems with thier hoses call them and order new one or call bbq galore and ask for 4ft adapter hose 214 696 0030

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