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Old 06-21-2016, 07:17 PM   #15
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I added a Tee between my LP tank and its regulator on the MH.

The LP extension hose is unregulated until it gets connected to the remote appliance, grill or fire pit.
I need to find out where winnie tied in. It has a curbside outlet in a nice hatch, but its regulated. Was wondering if I could relocate the tap to the upstream side of the regulator.
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Old 06-21-2016, 07:23 PM   #16
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I need to find out where winnie tied in. It has a curbside outlet in a nice hatch, but its regulated. Was wondering if I could relocate the tap to the upstream side of the regulator.
Would it hurt to be regulated twice?
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Would it hurt to be regulated twice?
I guess I actually need to try it, but I would have to get the right fittings. I did try the Weber grille, and it really cuts down on the flame. Swapped back and forth between a small cylinder and supply hose, and the hose was about 1/2 flame height.
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You need to get a product called an Extend a stay. The instruction are easy to follow and solves you regulator problem.
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I'm going to purchase this propane fire pit to use with the motorhome.

That is great looking. Who sells it? Do you know brand and model?
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You need to get a product called an Extend a stay. The instruction are easy to follow and solves you regulator problem.
Thanks, I'll look at that.
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Would it hurt to be regulated twice?
My Coleman Roadtrip and the fire pit did not like double regulating.
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Hey Deandec, we have the same model and love it, how hard was it to hard plum
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Hey Deandec, we have the same model and love it, how hard was it to hard plum

It would be easy for most diy folks.

I make things harder than they should be for my own entertainment purposes.

Be sure to soap bubble test the new connections for leaks when done.

Do Not use a flame to check for leaks.......!
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Could someone give me specific directions on what to buy and how to put a longer hose on this is exact unit.(https://www.lowes.com/pd/Garden-Trea...e-Pit/50037272) I can't even get the old hose off. It seems to tight, I don't want to break anything. Its the same one deandec has.
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I have extend-a-stay, 3 12 ft high pressure hose and camco pn 59213 ( 1# bottle adaptor). Use only regulator on fire pit or stove. Have used the entire 36 foot a few times. Usually only need 1 hose. But DW sometimes has other ideas.
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Could someone give me specific directions on what to buy and how to put a longer hose on this is exact unit.(https://www.lowes.com/pd/Garden-Trea...e-Pit/50037272) I can't even get the old hose off. It seems to tight, I don't want to break anything. Its the same one deandec has.
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Left hand thread? That's what they usually use on propane tanks and some lines. Does the fitting have cuts through the points? That's how they denote a left hand thread.
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Would it hurt to be regulated twice?
YES! First regulator cuts the pressure from approx. 300 psi to just less than 1/2 psi (11 inches of water) and the second shouldn't let much, if any gas pass.
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Could someone give me specific directions on what to buy and how to put a longer hose on this is exact unit.(https://www.lowes.com/pd/Garden-Trea...e-Pit/50037272) I can't even get the old hose off. It seems to tight, I don't want to break anything. Its the same one deandec has.
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You can probably find what you need on this web page.

https://tejassmokers.com/LP-Quick-Disconnect-Hose/35
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