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Continuing Story of ... FATHER'S DAY AT MY PLACE

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Re: Continuing Story of ... FATHER'S DAY AT MY PLACE

Post by Paul2CV on Mon Jul 18, 2011 8:20 am

Hi Forum,

Just a caution that many of you no doubt already know. If your gas hose on the grill gets splattered with enough grease or something interesting a critter might well find it tasty enough to chew through!!!

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Post by mike on Sun Jul 17, 2011 11:15 am

Grilling out on the deck, adult beverage in hand Smile , and watching the lake is one of life's great pleasures. I guess I shoud put this is the "little things" topic!

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Post by Paul2CV on Sun Jul 10, 2011 10:43 am

thanks conventional for your appreciation of the story.. all I can say is there is no going back. the
convenience is just unbelievable. one of the best features is not heating up the house in hot weather. and so far I've not burned or blown up the house!

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Post by conventional1 on Sun Jul 10, 2011 10:38 am

[I'm glad to hear of your "conversion". Now i am going to show my husband and force him into making the leap to gas himself. lol quote="Paul2CV"]Hi trout,

I really appreciate the guidance. I will take the tank back to be checked. What is weird is that it seems the tank can be completely shut off when completely disconnected from the feed hose to the grill. But the same amount of turning the value off when the hose is connected makes for a leak. [/quote]

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Post by Paul2CV on Sat Jun 25, 2011 11:13 am

Hi trout,

I really appreciate the guidance. I will take the tank back to be checked. What is weird is that it seems the tank can be completely shut off when completely disconnected from the feed hose to the grill. But the same amount of turning the value off when the hose is connected makes for a leak.

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Post by trout on Sat Jun 25, 2011 10:09 am

I would take the tank to a LP store and have it checked. Sounds like the on/off valve is bad. I always turn the gas off at the tank first and then the grill burners last. But your problem sounds like the tank maybe bad.

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Post by Paul2CV on Sat Jun 25, 2011 8:54 am

Hi forum,

Okay, so I'm converted now. But I've got a problem that I can't seem to resolve. I followed all of the instructions for the connection of the gas tank. But now matter how much I turn the value on the tank to shut it off, there is still some flow getting to the burners. i can tell because I can hear it and can get low level flame still. Ideas? Thanks.

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Post by Paul2CV on Thu Jun 23, 2011 9:35 am

Sometimes you have to admit the kid is right, even if he is a teenager! Laughing The gas grill is great. It's especially nice not to heat up the kitchen and just be able to kick the thing up without all the charcoal lighting mess.

Do miss some of the black smoke taste....

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Post by Paul2CV on Sun Jun 19, 2011 4:44 pm

Hi Forum,

Call me "old school" or crazy, but I have dragged my feet for years on getting a gas grill. I always just buy one of those cheap charcoal jobs at the beginning of the summer and eventually the legs fall or rust off. The next summer I put it on bricks and get another year out of it.

So my son has been ribbing me for years about this behavior. He's a teenager now so "public image" matters more to him now. He finds my pathetic charcoal grills embarrassing. So what do I get for Father's Day? You guessed it, a Gas Grill. The thing is amazing.

With the grill came a card -- another ribbing from my son. A year ago I set some leaves on fire leaving the old charcoal grill unattended for a couple of minutes (never do that!). So the card has a hand drawn picture of me, the new Gas Grill, and the house on fire behind me!

Happy Father's Day all.


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