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Do all grills take the same regulaters does a four burner take the same as a 2 burner?

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For the most part, yes. The size of the regulator is based on what the maximum BTU Output of all the burners (Main Burners, Side Burner, Rotisserie Burner, etc) would be, if they were all turned to high at the same time. To keep the cost low, most manufacturers use the same hose/regulator assembly on all their grills, regardless of the number of burners.

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