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Old 02-04-2009, 08:54 PM   #1
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On '07 Horizon 40TD we have access to a propane pipe via a passenger side storage bay. We're assuming this is to allow the connection of a hose for use with a portable BBQ on the patio side of the coach. This access (below the front kitchen stove) is probably AFTER the primary tank pressure regulator. In a previous coach we had trouble because the BBQ also had a regulator which meant the propane flow was reduced twice so the BBQ would not get enough fuel. We had to tap into the pipe BEFORE the regulator to make it work.

Is anyone tapping this propane pipe for an extension hose to a BBQ? How did you work around the two regulators issue?
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I got an "Extend A Stay" tee kit that has excess flow preventers and the proper hoses caps and so forth. It installs between the motor home tank and the regulator.

You might want to call Winnebago and ask what the pipe you are referring to is for.
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If you can find the fittings eliminate the regulator at the grill and connect directly to the grill burner. All that is assuming the pipe you have located is supplying propane at 11" w.c. and not at a higher pressure. the grill and your moho appliances all operate at 11" w.c.
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