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I bought a Blackstone griddle to cook with while camping. I don't really like it but will probably use it for making breakfast only. I bought a hose with the quick connect fitting to plug it into the back of the camper which worked great. Now I bought a cheap mr bar-b-Q grill and thought I would do the same but I'm not sure I can do it with the fittings on this grill. The regulator threads into the burner and there is an orifice on the end so I think I need that connected to the grill, but I want to bypass the regulator on the grill because the camper already has the regulator on it. I'm not sure if they make fittings like I need to go right into the burner to take the place of the regulator. [image]

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Nope. No can do. The control valve is part of the regulator. The office is not part of the regulator, it is used to inject a stream of regulated gas into the air in the mixing chamber. Because the control valve is part of the regulator, this device is not a good candidate for use on the low pressure propane system on your rv. It could work if you put a Tee in the high pressure line, but I don’t recommend that.





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I can barely read the text, could you please make the pictures even bigger so I can't read it at all I would appreciate it? Thank you.

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naturist wrote:

Nope. No can do. The control valve is part of the regulator. The office is not part of the regulator, it is used to inject a stream of regulated gas into the air in the mixing chamber. Because the control valve is part of the regulator, this device is not a good candidate for use on the low pressure propane system on your rv. It could work if you put a Tee in the high pressure line, but I don’t recommend that.


That's what I thought but I wanted to check to see if anyone knew, or did anything to make it work. I guess I can either get a hose and attach right to the tank, or just use the small bottles and re-fill them as needed.

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mobeewan wrote:

I can barely read the text, could you please make the pictures even bigger so I can't read it at all I would appreciate it? Thank you.


I'm not sure, let me try.

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you need to buy the blackstone nipple for use with a low pressure regulated supply along with an appropriate hose connection to the trailer regulated propane. You can't use the grill with the stock regulator and a low pressure source at the same time.


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ktmrfs wrote:

you need to buy the blackstone nipple for use with a low pressure regulated supply along with an appropriate hose connection to the trailer regulated propane. You can't use the grill with the stock regulator and a low pressure source at the same time.


Yes. That's what I have for the Blackstone, works great for the Blackstone.

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