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Hi i`ve bought a grill 2 go on ebay last year but its got no gas connection or pipe where can i get the connection from

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  • Anonymous Jul 22, 2008

    hi , also require gas connection for thermos grill 2 go ,connection to burner ,thanks for your help.

  • areinard Feb 07, 2009

    My Fire+ICe model 465630003 also does not have the propane gas connector or the gas line. Do I need 1, and if so, where can I find those replacement parts.

  • trolley_bob Apr 19, 2009

    I have a grill 2 go and don't have the hose and regulator to hook it to a 20# propane tank.How and where can I find them

  • MrsGriff Apr 22, 2009

    I have the regulator but don't know if there should be an O-ring on it to connect it to the grill. Seems a loose fit.



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I have the same problem no reg. and no connection pipe, where can I get?

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My Fire+ICe model 465630003 also does not have the propane gas connector or the gas line. Do I need 1, and if so, where can I find those replacement parts.

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I have them for sale
do you need the burner or the regulator

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  • bribiebirds Nov 05, 2010

    wil your regulators fit a jackeroo grill 2 go ??
    please email me at
    thanks ****

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    Adrian Shone Jun 06, 2011

    hi iam from uk how can i order the connector and reg for the fire and iec bbq thanks ade


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Will a regulator for a thermos grill 2 go fit a fire and ice grill 2 go

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