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Old 04-26-2016, 08:05 AM   #1
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So,I want to use my Coleman portable grill while camping. I purchased a quick connect assembly hose to connect right to my trailer, instead of carrying around extra 1/2 lb tanks. There seems to be an issue with the grill having a regulator and the trailer having a regulator. Has anyone ran into this, if so what is the solution?

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One of the regulators needs to be removed or the second regulator needs to be feed before the other regulator.

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Old 04-26-2016, 06:49 PM   #3
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One of the regulators needs to be removed or the second regulator needs to be feed before the other regulator.
Alas, it may not be that simple. There are some excellent threads here on the subject of Coleman gas grills connecting to the LP quick connect on your TT.

And I just recently discovered this product that may solve the whole problem. Can't recommend it from experience, but it looks like a real possibility. DW and I aren't willing to spend the $50+ on this, at least not yet.


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Yep, need to remove the regulator on the grill. You can't have two in series. The regulator for an RV allows only 11" of water which is slightly less than psi.
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