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Gas grill regulator freezing

I have a sears model141.16325. The burners all seem to work fine but my regulator and gas line from the reg. ice up when the burners are lit. I replaced the regulator and still the same?

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    same problem regulator freeze


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Your grill bottle is over full, take it to your propane dealer.

Posted on May 20, 2008

I do not understand the term " regulator and gas line from the regulator ice up" Do you mean ice up as in frozen water? I do not know where the water would come from. Is there a drip leg on your gas piping? A drip leg is pipe nipple placed before the appliance.


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