Question about Char-Broil CharBroil 4637318 Grill
I am trying to find and change the hose from the gill to the propane tank but I cannot figure out how to get the hose off the grill. It does not have a regular screw off connection. HELP! I don't want to buy a new grill just to solve what should be a simple problem.
Many "old-fashioned" hardware stoves have a ribbed tube that fits inside the hose and a pair of clamps for the outside. Cut the hose where the leak is, put a clamp on each side of the cut, slide the ribbed tube into one side of the cut, push on the other side of the tube, tighten the clamps and you are done. Except for the shopping trip, it should take less than five minutes for the fix and the only tolls you will need ar a knide (or limb pruner) and a screwdriver.
Posted on Aug 25, 2007
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