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Old 04-19-2015, 09:04 AM   #11
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I have not done this for my grill, but have done it for my camp fire in a can. You need to remove the regulator from your device. You are then at the mercy of the pressure specs of the MH's regulator. The camp fir ein a can works perfect on the regulated MH outlet. I suspect any of the smaller gas grills would as well.
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Old 04-20-2015, 08:31 AM   #12
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I have a Weber q2200 grill and I bought a quick connect hose ($40) that connects to the propane line under my MH, and screws on to where you would normally have a small green propane tank . Easy, plug and play.
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Attachment point of hose to grill (remove green canister)
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Quick connect Propane line under MH
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Only problem I'm having is that the gas pressure is not strong from that outlet. Going to have the dealer look at it because it should be stronger.
You're right - that is not going to work because the LP coming from the motorhome connection is already low pressure and the built in regulator reduces it more (too much). You need to go to an LP gas "store" and have them give you a line that attaches to the Weber where the current regulator will be removed.

This is what I have done and it works great. Only drawback is you can no longer use the portable LP tanks, since they are high pressure.
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This is what I have done and it works great. Only drawback is you can no longer use the portable LP tanks, since they are high pressure.
Unless you use a regulator on the portable tank.
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Great feedback all. Thanks
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I went the easy route and purchased the Camco Olympian 5500. It was plug and play and I have had it over 500 Degrees more than once. Its great for 3 people. But may not be big enough for more than 3.

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I removed the regulator from my table top gas grill and had a 15' hose with a male quick disconnect on one end to connect to the RV quick disconnect female under the Rv and a fitting that attached to the grill at the other end. I had the hose made at a local propane dealer that does installations of LP gas systems. The long hose really is handy. Plenty of pressure for the grill from the RV propane regulator.
Did the same thing - works great.
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