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Old 02-22-2014, 08:39 PM   #3417
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Did you 'find' it with the snow shovel ?
I don't "think" I broke the vent cover with the shovel as I was taking extra care to easily shovel around the vents ... but who know's, I may have broken it with the shovel.

Either way, new vent cover going on tomorrow!
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Old 02-22-2014, 10:23 PM   #3418
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It was a joke, Gene, just a joke.
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Old 02-22-2014, 11:38 PM   #3419
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It was a joke, Gene, just a joke.
It's all good ... looks like we might get some MORE snow this week. Good for me, but bad for the DW as I am flying to Florida for a few days of business related stuff Mon - Wed
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Old 02-23-2014, 09:59 PM   #3421
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Picked up a brass tee so I can run my Weber Q200 from the RV propane. Also bought a folding cart for the grill. Picked up a SodaStream today to same some space.
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Picked up a brass tee so I can run my Weber Q200 from the RV propane. Also bought a folding cart for the grill. Picked up a SodaStream today to same some space.
I was told that since the Webber has a built-in regulator, it can't be used on the RV propane because it's also regulated? Have you tried it yet?
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BiginSeattle - we have a SodaStream. I did not like the flavors they had but since they have teamed up with Koolaide I like it a lot!
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Tried to repair/replace the passenger side turn/break light on the 5er. Bulb was OK - found out it was a loose wire on the truck female plug. Since the same side did not work on the truck I thought they might have a common problem. Not so. Truck had the bulb plug fixture jammed into the lens cover (on both sides). Would not fit correctly, Either GM did this or the prior owner did. Anyway, a little work with the Dremmel and it works fine. The lens cover looks like OEM and not custom.
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Me, too. But got to do something about the dead battery under my hood, first.
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I was told that since the Webber has a built-in regulator, it can't be used on the RV propane because it's also regulated? Have you tried it yet?
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The Weber won't work if you plug into the low pressure side of the RV's propane system. A modification is required. I'm guessing the brass tee that BiginSeattle bought will be used either to create a tap upstream of the regulator in the RV's system, kind of like an Extend-a-Stay, or to create a low pressure inlet on the Weber.

I have tried modifying two different grills for low pressure inlets. Both worked, but the RV's system wouldn't deliver enough gas to create a strong flame because of the pressure drop through the lengthy hoses. I'm not ready to modify the RV's high pressure side just yet. It's not complex or dangerous, just inconvenient. The bottles are too easy to make it worth my while (my personal opinion only).
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