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Turbo/regulator Good morning, The regulator on my turbo has gone bad. Ive tried to find just the "knob" but have had no luck. Also, Lowes and home Depot dont carry the right part. Ice called BBQ's galore, but they want to sell me the entire hose and connector. Any ideas on where I can get just the regulator? Thanks eric

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Turbo/regulator Good morning, The regulator on my turbo has gone bad. Ive tried to find just the "knob" but have had no luck. Also, Lowes and home Depot dont carry the right part. Ice called BBQ's galore, but they want to sell me the entire hose and connector. Any ideas on where I can get just the regulator? Thanks eric


Hi, Yes you can just buy the regulator. Try camping shops or caravan centres. There will be a choice of Butane or Propane. They are quite different connectors so will be easy to tell apart. Make sure to crimp the hose securely as "jubilee" type clamps are not advised.
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I can't get my Q to start properly. My start routine is to open the tank valve (20 Lb. with adapter hose) turn the control valve to start and hit the electronic start button. I get an immediate start at the ignition end of the burner but the flame does not go around the rest of the burner. After a couple of minutes it seems to get enough gas and with a "whump!" the rest of the burner lights. Lately I can't get it to do even that. I suspect the regulator has gone but wanted some more input. Thanks Ben


Yes, it does sound like a regulator problem or clogged burners, which causes delayed ignition. let's start with the regulator first. Turn the tank valve OFF and disconnect the hose from the tank. Wait 5 minutes and reconnect the hose to the tank. Turn the tank valve ON VERY, VERY SLOWLY (slow motion, slow). Once the valve is fully open, light the burner(s) as you usually do. Does the burner light, all the way around? If so, you solved the problem. Always, turn the tank valve on very, very slowly.If that didn't solve the problem, you burner needs to be removed and thoroughly cleaned, including the venturi valve at the open end of the burner. If it still doesn't light as it should, the regulator needs to be replaced. If necessary, you can purchase it directly from Weber.Hope this helps you to troubleshoot and solve the problem. Happy Grilling!!
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I have a Vermont Casting VM450SSP Grill that needs a new Hose Regulator-S/B Valve Assembly. I have ordered two separate times what "Appliance Factory Parts" thinks is the part I need and both times the regulator hose assembly comes as a low pressure regulator. The old regulator assembly has a much larger inlet for the LP gas and doesn't say low pressure. It is a dual hose assembly that feeds 4 burners and a side burner. The part # is 50002900.


This ma=y be a case of changes in parts for your VC Grill. The ownership of Vermont Castings changed 6 years ago, when Majestic Fireplace, who was then the owner went bankrupt and Monesson Hearth products bought VC in the bankruptcy. Shortly there after, Monesson made some sweeping changes to the grill line (your model was discontinued) and really up graded what Majestic Fireplace had done with that line of grills. Overall, they started building a better quality grill.Unless you have a piped in high pressure propane gas system, the one that Appliance Factory Parts furnished you should work fine (based on what I saw on their website). In addition, if you purchased your grill, prior to the change in 20lb LP Gas Grill Tanks Valves, 6 years ago. Some manufacturers changed their grill hoses to conform with the new OPD Valve grill tanks. It wasn't required, they just did it, to avoid regulators locking up, when the tank valve is opened to fast.Hope this helped answer and solve the problem for you. Happy Grilling!!
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I WANT TO CONNECT MY NEW GRILL TO MY HOUSE L P SUPPLY. I NEED A NEW Y-CONNECTION HOSE WITH CONNECTORS. MY HOUSE IS 5 YEARS OLD AND SUPPLIED WITH A 200 LB BURRIED TANK AN HAS A MAIN REGULATOR FOR THE ENTIRE SYSTEM THAT WAS INSTALLED BY A LOCAL GAS SUPPLY COMPANT. ( I DO NOT USE A LOCAL BOTTLE FOR ANY OF THE APPLIANSES ( 6 ). ALSO CAN I USE TEFLON TAPE ON THE FITTINGS?? BART @[email protected]


Hi,The easiest way is to install a flare T into the existing gas line and then adapt the existing hose from that...no teflon is needed on flare fittings and for the adapters use only gas approved teflon tape.heatman101
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Replacing hoses and regulator on gas grill


I work for a propane co. I get many customers that bring in their melted or leaking bbq grill hoses and regs. Bring the bad hose/reg to your local propane gas co and see if they can make a custom hose for you. You may have to buy a new regulator to use it with the new hose, but that's better than buying a new grill. Call around first and see which ones can do it. You'll eventually find someone that can fix you up.
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I HAVE A mEMBERS mARK Y0202XC-LP grill that has worked great fro about 10 years. Now it will not light at all. The ignitor on the side burner works visibly, but there is no gas smell. I have replaced the regulator with no results. I used a thin wire to check for debris in the connector where the regulator hose connects. This is the same part as a brass T-connector that has a hose to the main grill and is integrated into the side burner orifice. Any advice from here?


To solve this problem, first be sure you have adequate gas in the tank. If that checks out OK, do the following: 1. Turn the gas tank valve OFF and disconnect the hose from the tank. 2. Wait 5 minutes and reconnect the hose to the tank. 3. Open the tank valve VERY, VERY SLOWLY (Slow motion, slow). 4. Once the tank valve is fully open, light the burner farthest from the tank first and set the burner control knob on HIGH. Does the flame height look correct for being set on HIGH? If so, light the remaining burners the same way. Do all the burner flames look correct? If so, you solved the problem. Remember, to always open the tank valve Very, Very Slowly. If that didn't solve the problem, you will need to replace the grill's Hose/Regulator Assembly. It runs about $30.00 at any home center or hardware store that sells grills & accessories. If you replace it, turn the tank valve ON Very, Very Slowly. Hope this helped you to troubleshoot and solve the problem. Happy Grilling.Thanks for choosing FixYa.
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I have a Weber 220 that just quit on me. Over a couple months, I bought and replaced new burner, new regulator, new hose, and new propane tank, but it still doesn't work. Gas flow seems to be a prob


You may have a blocked/partially blocked gas injector which is a jet supplying gas to the burner.
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Several times now my gas burners simply will BARELY work at all. I have recently cleaned everything and have two tanks full of new LP - I tried both of them - NO GO. I took a wrench and tapped HARD on the regulator - no go. We cooked our steaks inside, 3 hours later I went outside to put away the grill and I tried to start it - IT WORKED - WHAT IS UP? Do I need to replace the regulator? Is so, can I cut into and splice the gas lines or do I need to replace the entire harness? I have a 4 burner gill+rotissarie burner+side burner. {By the way - the side burner did light this evening when the 4 burners had maybe 1-3% of their power - what's up with this?


Hi, Your problem could be or probably is with the regulator...not enough gas pressure...Propane, LP, or Natural Gas Regulator Problems heatman101
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I HAVE A BRINKMAN 1415 PRO SERIES WITH A SIDE BURNER. IT IS LESS THAN ONE YEAR OLD. WHEN I IGNITE IT, IT BURNS VERY HOT AND HIGH ON ONE BURNER. AS I TURN ON EACH OF THE OTHER BURNERS, THE FLAME REDUCES, TO WHEN ALL 4 BURNERS ARE ON, I HAVE VERY LITTLE FLAME, AND CAN HARDLY REACH 250 DEGREES. I CLEANED OUT THE BURNERS, AS RECCOMMENDED, AND EVEN DISCONNECTED THE HOSE FROM THE TANK AND WAITED FOR ONE MINUTE TO SEE IF THE REGULATOR WAS STUCK. NONE OF THIS WORKED. ALSO, IF I LEAVE THE GAS TANK OPEN, THE GAS IS LEAKING OUT SOMEWHERE. IS IT THE REGULATOR? OR IS IT SOMETHING ELSE?


This is a classic symptom of a failing LP regulator. Replace the regulator and hose to the LP tank.
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I am renting a condo with an old Weber Grill - 2 burner / LP (I think it is a Genesis Silver A ('00-01) model . I have very little gas pressure at the burner tubes. - Front tube flickers on/off with the front control turned on full; and - When the back tube is turned on there is not enough gas pressure in the manifold to keep the front tube burning. I have: 1) a full tank; 2) a working regulator; 3) cleaned out some sort of insect nest (spiders?) in the metal inlet tube between the regulator hose and the manifold. But still I have not improved the gas pressure at the tubes. I assume that: 1. There are nests in the manifold; and / or 2. Nest in front of the venturi nozzles in the burner tubes. Are these assumptions correct; and are the parts cleanable (they look reasonable rusted after 10 years); or should I just buy new burner tube kit and a new manifold kit?


Yes the best option for just for you is to buy a new burner,tube kit and a new manifold kit because all the things that you said you removed from the burner must have caused alot of rust on the burner and if you keep welding the burner there will still be linkage after awhile so the best thing is just for u replace the burner.
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