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LP gas hook up

Posted by tt-bone (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 18, 08 at 18:32

I have a 1000 gal LP in grd. tank, and would like to hook up my 5 burner Jenn-Air grill. The tank has a red reg. on the main tank and a second reg. before it enters the house. I tee'ed off the 1" gas line in the basement and ran it out to the deck. Do I need another reg. for the grill to reduce the pressure more? The reg. on the rhino tank that came with the grill has no fittings so I can't take it apart and plumb it in or I would. Is there a certain kind or certain pressure I need because it is a 5 burner grill? thanks in advance.


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RE: LP gas hook up

I realize free advice is not worth much but this looks like the place to hire a professional or you could end up being a segment on the 6 o'clock news.


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RE: LP gas hook up

We're building a house and haven't moved in yet (close, though), but we did have our plumber do this for us.

We have a 500 gallon underground tank and he ran a hook-up to our carport which is where we will use the grill.

This is one of the things I am most excited about our new house. I love to grill, but don't love having to switch out tanks.

Sorry, no help, but it's a great idea!


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