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Old 10-16-2012, 09:08 AM   #11
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Bought the Weber Q200 and as stated above, works great pending no wind. Windy days forget about it as the wind drowns out the flame and you can barely feel any heat. On the not windy days I love the way it cooks my 1.5" thick 10oz hand cut filets.
Can't you just taste them?????
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Old 10-16-2012, 11:59 AM   #12
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Most Weber grills suggest cooking with the lid down, thus they will not function properly in the wind.
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Old 10-16-2012, 03:43 PM   #13
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I just bought the Weber Q200 and hope it is going to work for us better than the supplied Jayco grill. Not sure what the RV regulator knocks pressure down to, but will report back once I get it set up and operating. Going to get the griddle plate for it, this should make for some nice breakfasts.
You need to remove the regulator from the BBQ. There is a quick connect adaptor that most BBQ stores will have. Replace the regulator with the connector and you are in business.
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Old 10-17-2012, 07:46 AM   #14
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Tx, doesn't matter if the lid is down or not. The wind will greatly reduce the heat cooking. Ask me how I know.
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Mike.......yup........I can taste them!!!!! :P
I have the Q220 and it works great!!!!! With no wind.
I use it at home on the patio.
But the grill I bought from camping world has a bigger btu and works great......even in a little wind.
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Coleman RoadTrip LXE Grill

Check this out on Camping World.
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We use the Coleman BLUE Roadtrip and like all of the available accessories that come with it. Also had a nice roll-around carry case. With the water holding area below the grill makes for real easy clean-up... Seems to have more working space... Does real good for us. I use the 1lb canister with it...
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You need to remove the regulator from the BBQ. There is a quick connect adaptor that most BBQ stores will have. Replace the regulator with the connector and you are in business.
I use a 20# propane tank with the hose attachment. Not sure removing the regulator would be a good move.


And cooking with the lid closed is the ONLY way mine will cook. Opened, and forget about cooking.
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I use a 20# propane tank with the hose attachment. Not sure removing the regulator would be a good move.


And cooking with the lid closed is the ONLY way mine will cook. Opened, and forget about cooking.
Used mine all summer that way. Lots of others on here have done the same. That is the only way it will run properly of the trailer LP, otherwise you are going thru two regulators and I don't think it would operate at proper output.
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Used mine all summer that way. Lots of others on here have done the same. That is the only way it will run properly of the trailer LP, otherwise you are going thru two regulators and I don't think it would operate at proper output.
Using a seperate 20# tank w/o a regulator on the tank.
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