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Old 08-14-2010, 07:45 PM   #11
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My 2106 doesn't have a external fitting, so I just use a Stay-A-While adapter & hose to fuel my BBQ.
Update, today I found an uncapped "T" fitting on the RH side frame rail. I should be able to have a quick connect fitting plumbed to it .
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Update, today I found an uncapped "T" fitting on the RH side frame rail. I should be able to have a quick connect fitting plumbed to it .
Sure, but remember that the gas pressure will be low because is was regulated by the regulator on your tanks.
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Old 08-15-2010, 03:03 PM   #13
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Sure, but remember that the gas pressure will be low because is was regulated by the regulator on your tanks.
Yeah, I realized that today. I guess I'll just continue to use the portable BBQ & Stay-A-While adapter of the propane bottle.
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New Sierra, new RVer. Have a 3 burner Suburban stove. All 3 burners are small diameter and using a standard skillet does not work well, hot spot in the middle. what cain I do to disperse heat mor evenly.
Google Flame Tamer or Heat Diffuser.
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Old 08-17-2010, 12:34 AM   #15
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I have the idea that a electric skillet is the way to go. For the outside cooks, the 100+ weather is a deterrent to my outside cooking at this time. Call me a sissy, but aint gonna stand by a fire in this weather. Gotta say I didn't know the front burner was high output and that has helped. I have been using the back burners to help suck the heat outside with the vent. I thank you and all till we get to 80 degrees will be looking for electric appliances.
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Have a nice Farber wear skillet for 40 years that we use outside and also a nice Rival griddle, i dont cook alot inside , but i have gourmate meals. I really dont like the oven inside i rather have a choice of a counter unit.Get yourself a nu wave counter top cooker .Its awsome and now have plenty room inside .The oven is a waste, IMOHO
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