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Old 05-05-2011, 08:03 AM   #11
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We don't have one for our new rig but our old Trail Lite had one and simply put the outside grills were useless to me. Not enough heat and a PITA unpacking, cleaning, etc. Others may have better luck but I love my Graber Grill . Things are just too cool.
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I use mine and it works great. I am single so I don't have need for a larger grill.
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Well, I found the trailer connection under where the bracket is mounted. However, the darn grill did not come with a hose assembly to connect to the quick disconnect. Go figure.

Now where can I get a quick disconnect hose assembly for this thing? Walmart?

What a bummer. I guess I'm not using this over the weekend. I'll have to bring along my Coleman.
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StarGazer, When we picked up our HTT from the dealer, the grill was missing when we got our walk thru. I mentioned it to the salesman because it was listed on our contract.
So what did they try to do? They gave us the grill, but no extension hose to hook it up. I had to complain again, and they went back to the parts department and got the hose.

So, I'm guessing you could pick one up at your dealer.

Gotta check everything!

I must admit though that they did treat us fairly.
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I don't have the grill but I have an built-in outdoor stove which uses the same hookup. My hose was in a closet inside the camper. Maybe check all your cabinets?
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Well, I found the trailer connection under where the bracket is mounted. However, the darn grill did not come with a hose assembly to connect to the quick disconnect. Go figure.

Now where can I get a quick disconnect hose assembly for this thing? Walmart?

What a bummer. I guess I'm not using this over the weekend. I'll have to bring along my Coleman.
Ask the dealer for it... it might be somewhere you missed or it is possible that it got forgot in the packaging... mistakes happen
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We got the out side grill with our TT but Salesman and shop forman at Dealership both told us it was not a good idea to use it on side of trailer. Said that they could show us a couple of Trailers in shop getting repaired from heat damage. So I still use mine but I dont hang it from trailer got longer hose and set it on table.
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We got the out side grill with our TT but Salesman and shop forman at Dealership both told us it was not a good idea to use it on side of trailer. Said that they could show us a couple of Trailers in shop getting repaired from heat damage. So I still use mine but I dont hang it from trailer got longer hose and set it on table.
A friend with another brand has one and I shudder every time he uses it. It is so close to the siding that I would be afraid to use it. I still need to crawl under and see if I have the disconnect or not. If I do I will get at least a 12' hose so I can attach it to my Webber.
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Guys please remember that this is a REGULATED line and will not work with other grills... unless you are able to take the regulator off of them...
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Guys please remember that this is a REGULATED line and will not work with other grills... unless you are able to take the regulator off of them...
Good point Seann. It is kind of hard to get a fire going with two regulators hooked up.
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