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I have a Weber Gas Go-Anywhere Grill that I want to connect to a propane tap on my travel trailer. The problem is that the tap is low pressure, it's located after the regulator. the Go-Anywhere has a combined high pressure regulator and controll knob that won't let gas flow. does anyone know of a low pressure controller or a way around this other than to disconnect the bottle from the trailer

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I have a Weber Gas Go-Anywhere Grill that I want to connect to a propane tap on my travel trailer. The problem is that the tap is low pressure, it's located after the regulator. the Go-Anywhere has a combined high pressure regulator and controll knob that won't let gas flow. does anyone know of a low pressure controller or a way around this other than to disconnect the bottle from the trailer


You can buy a "T" fitting that connects to the LP tank with a valve allowing you to pull LP gas off for your BBQ before the RV regulatorMost any RV shop can get them from NTP Distirbution
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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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First things first. Make sure you didn't simply just the tank valve on too fast, causing the excess flow valve to cut-off gas to a trickle. Close tank valve, disconnect and reconnect and then open tank valve very slowly. If that doesn't solve the issue, seeing that you already replaced the regulator, then it's possible it wasn't converted properly. If he didn't change the orifices, leaving in the nat gas ones, then your flames would be large lazy yellow flames. If that's not the case, then it's possible he might have put in the incorrect size LP orifices based on a wrong figuring of BTU rating per burner. See if you can you find the BTU rating on the grill? How many burners are there? Does it state the BTU rating of each burner. If they are different sizes we will need to know BTU specifics for each burner, but if all are the same size, we can divide the total BTU by the # of burners for BTU rating per burner. Orifices have a # stamped on them, so see if you can read the #'s on the existing orifices. If he used the nat gas orifices and drilled them larger and installed a spud, which he redrilled for LP orifice size, then that stamped # won't matter. Something like this is a lot easier to trouble shoot in person! Using a small mirror, see what you can figure out on those orifices and we'll try to determine if they are correctly sized. Hope this helps.Douglas
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Low flame On my Weber gas Go-Anywhere grill the propane seems to be coming out very slowly. The flame is very small, even when turned on high, and only on the end opposite the propane tank and regulator. Should I replace the regulator, the tube, both, or get a new grill? Thanks


This problem most likely is with your regulator. if you decide to replace it please make sure you get the right size replacement. Some salespeople dont know the difference there are four common sizes from class 1 to class 4. If you take the old one with you make sure you match the numbers up with a new one. Hope this helps You please rate me.
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My first thouht would be the regulator, but, as you indicated, this has been replaced. Check the venturi and make sure it's adjusted for optimum performance. The problem may be with the burners. Try removing them and cleaning them thouroughly.
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Low gas pressure about half the time I use it.


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It won't put out enough gas to cook. Can only use one burner at a time because it will not put out enough gas volume or pressure to burn more than one. And that one has to be on high in order to get enough flame to cook as if it were on low. I've changed the regulator, the gas bottle( several times) and blew air through the lines to be sure the lines and the burners were not obstructed. What would be your next suggestion. Because for what I paid for this unit and the very few times I have been able to use it without cussing and trying to figure out why it can't do something as simple as blow gas through a line, I think someone should be replacing it with something else comparable. That would my suggestion. Because I love to grill out and feel sick everytime I look at $700.00 worth of new junk sitting there unusable.


Many newer grills have a safety feature built in where the valve will not allow gas to flow if the burner valve is in ON position when the valve on the tank is opened. Try this - Shut of all valves, disconnect and then re-connect hose to tank, turn on valve above LP tank, THEN turn on burner valve, light w/ spark or match... This feature can be really frustrating if you don't know it is in operation...
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Grill wont come on, tank is full, removed line from grill to tank (turned tank off first) there was a lot of pressure build up once I screwed the line. than re screwed back in opened tank. tried a few times put the knob on flame picture than pressed igintor switch and nothing happens. I do not even hear the gas pressure. I worked just fine the first time company had purchased it. we kept it clean but never bothered the burners itself just the plates covering it and such. How would I know if it was is a bad regulator??


Stephan, repeat what you did before. Except, this time leave the hose disconnected for 5 minutes, before reconnecting it. Also, open the tank valve VERY VERY SLOWLY (Slow motion, slow) until it's fully open. Then light the burner farthest from the tank first and set it on HIGH. If it lights and the flame height looks correct, light the remaining burners the same way. If all the burners lit and the flame heights appear normal, you solved the problem. ALWAYS, open the tank valve very, very slowly.If the above didn't solve the problem, then you will need to replace the grill's Hose/Regulator Assembly. You can pick one up at any home center or hardware store that sells grills & accessories for about $30.00. Be sure to take the old one with you for comparison purposes.Hope this helped you and Happy Grilling!!
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