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I have a Weber Gas Go-Anywhere Grill that I want to connect to a propane tap on my travel trailer. The problem is that the tap is low pressure, it's located after the regulator. the Go-Anywhere has a combined high pressure regulator and controll knob that won't let gas flow. does anyone know of a low pressure controller or a way around this other than to disconnect the bottle from the trailer

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You can buy a "T" fitting that connects to the LP tank with a valve allowing you to pull LP gas off for your BBQ before the RV regulator

Most any RV shop can get them from NTP Distirbution

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