external bbq point connecting

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  1. mike mcglynn

    mike mcglynn Funster Life Member

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    :Laughing:Can anyone advise what I need ,,, I have a little connector :thumb:do I need a regulator or is the fitted one in the gas locker sufficient and what is the best way to safely connect the rubber gas hose :Smile:Ihavent bought a bbq yet any advice on the easiest to use and clean :thumb:Thanks
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    It all depends on what your little connector is connected too
    and what style it is.
    If its already fixed to the van chances are its already regulated and a proper connector is available for it:thumb: pics are worh a thousand words
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    bbq external point

    OOPS, sorry Geo forgot to say that ext. bbq point is fitted to my van as standard with a on off valve in place , picture is a problem as van is in store I have propane gas system and the little connector is an adaptor / safety piece
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    in that case you should need nothing more than a BBQ, hose and hose clip to connect hose to adaptor.

    but.....look at your bottle to regulator hose, unless its a bottletop reg, and see if it has any hose coming off it between the bottle and regulator....certainly shouldnt have one.
     
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