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The gas regulator is cracked - gas is coming out. I need to find out how to order the new gas regulator and hose attachment (all one piece)

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No sound of gas


Tyrn off tank open conrtol knobs to burners , turn off burners turn tank on slowly see if gas comes out now , if not check burners are not blocked or injectors are not blocked

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Plastic knob on regulator is cracked causing gas leak where it attaches to LP tank. Needs replacement. Can I get a regulator/hose?


Hi kimandjimm...
You can use any generic hose and regulator assembly for your grill.
You can buy it online at: http://www.appliancefactoryparts.com/gasgrillparts/brands/charbroil/charbroil-plumbing-valves.html
You can buy them at HomeDepot,Lowes,Ace Hardware,etc. Look in the grill section.
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Sep 07, 2011 | Char-Broil Patio Caddie 4654870 (LP) Grill

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I,m unable to start the grill. new gas bottle, every thing attached. It seems like there is no gas flow as I can't even start with a match. Can the gs regulator get stuck so there is no flow?


Hi ircatlin...

ONLY TO THE FOLLOWING IN AN OPEN AREA AWAY FROM FLAMES/FIRE/IGNITION SOURCES.
To answer your question if the gas regulator can get stuck...the answer is YES.

Check to make sure gas is getting thru the regulator...to do this disconnect the hose going to the burner controls...turn on the gas at the tank and listen and smell for gas coming out...if there is no gas coming out, you can sometimes tap lightly the gas regulator and it will free the sticking valve inside and let the gas flow...if the tapping does not work, the replace your regulator as it is faulty.
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Sep 03, 2011 | Weber Summit Platinum D4 Grill

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Put on new tank and grill won't ignite. Connection is tight. Once I heard the gas and now nothing. It's been days. I tried cleaning out a bit. The large black plastic cap does have some cracks...


I don't think you need a new ignitor kit. The problem isn't there. It's the grill's regulator.
However, I do have some concern with the cracks inside the Hose Connect to the tank, being cracked. That should be replaced. You can pickup a new Hose/Regulator Assembly for about $30.00 any hardware store or home improvement center that sell grills and accessories. Take the old one with you for comparison purposes.

After installing the new hose. Open the Gas Valve on the tank VERY. VERY Slowly (Slow motion, slow). Doing it this way will, eliminate the problem you're having now. And always to it this way in the future.

Hope this helped you to troubleshoot and solve the problem. Happy Grilling!! Thanks for choosing FixYa.

Aug 13, 2011 | Weber Genesis Silver B Grill

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My charbroil masterflame 7000 is leaking gas. I beleive I need to replace the regulator and hose. Please advise on how to get the old hose off and put the new hose on. I need a diagram if possible. I would...


If you have already disconnected the hose from the tank. Track it back to where it connects to the burner(s) manifold. It should be up under the grill head. You should see a brass nut. Using an appropriately sized open end wrench, loosen this nut and the hose will disconnect from the grill.

The new Hose/Regulator Assembly will simply attach in the reverse order of how you removed the faulty one. After installing the new one and connecting the hose to the tank. Open the valve on the tank about halfway and check the connections for leaks. Thick soapy water, brushed on with a paint brush will work for detecting leaks. Look for bubbles other than those made by the soapy water. If you see one, tighten the connection a bit more. Be sure not to cross thread the nut, when installing it.

If you haven't purchase a new one yet, you can the Hose/regulator Assembly at any home center or hardware store that sell gas grills and accessories. They run about $30.00.

Hope this helped you and Happy Grilling.

Jun 19, 2011 | Char-Broil CharBroil Master Flame Gas...

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Grill is one old and won't light. There is no gas coming from the tank to the grill. Is it the regulator?


age of the grill is irrelevant, i am old and i still can do few thingzzzz...

i assume that your regulator is connected directly to the bottle, then hose to your bottle, then hose is connected to the regulator and other end to the grill?

or it is bottle, hose, regulator, grill?

you need to follow the path regardless, be outside, light breeze is better, no open flame in at least 20m (yards) radius in any direction.

1. close gas bottle/tank
2. disconnect, everything from the bottle
3. crack open tank valve and hear if gas is escaping, close valve back
4. connect regulator to the bottle and again crack open the valve, hear if you have esacping gas, allow actually whiff of gas against your cheek or wetted finger to establish the flow. close the valve
5. connect hose to the regulator (procedure is reversed if first is hose and then regulator), crack open the valve, hear for escaping gas, check against wetted finger and cheek if there is flow, close the valve
6. connect your grill open all valves on it and open valve on the tank/bottle. allow free flow for about 30sec, close valves on grill. vent grill for about two minutes, try to ignite any of the burners. if burner ignite, you solved the problem, if they do not, and you did have flow on all previous stages, close bottle valve, disconnect everything from grill, clean grill valves and nozzles (burner have nozzle inside!), reconnect and vent again, try ignite, if ignition occures, you solve the problem, if not, then you are due for new grill...

if at any stage you do not have gas flow, this meant that this particular piece of equipment is in trouble, this particular piece of equipment need then repair or replacement, under no circumstance pull apart the reducer! NO OPEN FLAME DURING TESTING!!!

Jul 27, 2010 | Weber Q Grill

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How to install a new regulator?


You can buy the regulator at Home Depot. Just cut the gas hose off at the old regulator and put new regulator on with a hose clamp. $200.00??? Somebody is trying to rip you off !!!!!

Jul 23, 2010 | Weber Genesis Silver B Grill

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Replacing broken gaslines... were do they go?


the primer bulb draws gas through the carb 'C' and back to the tank'T' leaving a small amount of fresh gas in the carb.to replace the lines from filter to carb & bulb to tank,you may have to remove handle & split the housing halves to find where lines enter tank.look in tank W/ a flashlight.to replace lines cut new line on an angle,feed a piece of # 14 copper wire through hole from inside tank.slide new line over wire,the wire will help align fuel line with hole.use needle-nose pliers to push line into tank,& to pull it through once you can see it.cut off end of hose you beat up with pliers.push filter on hose to carb.drop it back in tank."T' line is the return.dosn't matter which line is through top or bottom hole.

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