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Old 04-24-2013, 06:49 PM   #1
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PSI Output of Quick Connect Port?

Does anyone happen to know what the PSI output is regulated to coming out of the quick connect ports on the newer Jayco TTs? I'm trying to determine which accessories I will be able to use it with. I'm assuming I will need to bypass the regulator on my grill in order to do any grilling.. But even if I bypass the grill regulator I'm not sure I'll have enough pressure. Not sure how much would be needed to run a lantern..

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Old 04-24-2013, 07:28 PM   #2
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I don't know the conversion formula or if there even is one, but the pressure at the quick connect is the same as out of the regulator That is 11" WC. That's standard and there is no difference from one model or year to the next. I've had the water heater, and fridge on propane and still had more that enough gas pressure to run a 30K BTU burner on a Camp Chef stove. You can operate any grill or stove that uses low pressure gas. If you have a grill with a regulator, you'll have o remove it.
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You're right on the money, Bob!
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This is something I've been meaning to do but have always been gun shy because I don't know if it will actually work.

Would this kit work providing I remove the regulator from my Weber 100?
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Yep....everything after the regulator is always 11" WC wether it is coming from a 1000 lb tank or a 5 lb tank after a standard regulator. What you generally run into is if the lines are large enough to give you the volume of gas you need - in this case they absolutely should be. Actually quite easy and fun to measure with a piece of plastic tubing filled with water....google it sometime...pretty neat for us nerdy types....
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Here is what I was thinking of trying.. The OP says he had to tap into the medium pressure port of his regulator and that low pressure wasn't quite enough (it took him 1hr to cook hot dogs). He was able to find the brass connectors at HD:

http://www.bornfreervclub.org/bullet...1d7cc47bfad896
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I run a Weber 200 as well as a single burner stove off my TT's low pressure gas line.
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