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Old 01-30-2016, 12:44 PM   #21
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...snip...I always hooked mine up to the rigs 30lb bottles before in my previous SOB, but I went through two Webber regulators because they would always over fill the big bottles.
Now I carry a 20lb bottle in the third propane storage and hook to that, but I'm thinking about using the Jayco's quick connect at the back.
I could never find the right part to connect to the Webber with the regulator removed

Look over the pictures in this thread. It's how I did mine less the 90 deg. bend.
https://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f7...ect-26080.html
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Old 01-30-2016, 01:29 PM   #22
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How was the pressure in the Webber Danno?
Same flame as before?
I was wondering if the length of run weakens the flame a little.

I always hooked mine up to the rigs 30lb bottles before in my previous SOB, but I went through two Webber regulators because they would always over fill the big bottles.
Now I carry a 20lb bottle in the third propane storage and hook to that, but I'm thinking about using the Jayco's quick connect at the back.
I could never find the right part to connect to the Webber with the regulator removed.
The pressure/flame on the grill is no different than when I had it on the external tank. I'm very happy with it!

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Other than the initial parking space issues, sounds like everything has gone smoothly.

I really like the floorplan although I would have given serious thought to doing away with the in-law room!!
The in-laws love "their" new vacation home! They want to know when we are going again...
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The pressure/flame on the grill is no different than when I had it on the external tank. I'm very happy with it!







The in-laws love "their" new vacation home! They want to know when we are going again...

You should have never opened that bottle. Now the genie's out.
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Thanks Norty.. I don't know what my problem was not being able to find the right parts. It's so basic!
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I got everything I needed off my old RVQ grill that went out with the trash. I salvaged some gas parts and the mounting bracket which I use on the deck to support the Weber grill when we are home.
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I got everything I needed off my old RVQ grill that went out with the trash. I salvaged some gas parts and the mounting bracket which I use on the deck to support the Weber grill when we are home.
+1. All the parts I needed were on the grill that came with the RV.
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What size is the tv in the living room?
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What size is the tv in the living room?

I believe it's 39"
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I just measured, it's 39". Here's some pics from day 2. Again, I apologize for the multiple posts, but I'm on my cell phone.
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