Originally Posted by captainperry
Dumb question, if installed this way without regulator does this mean you can't control flame on grill? If you can't, on a scale of 1-10 (10 being highest) what size flame do you get?
No, it means the grill has its own regulator built in. The flame is controlled by the gas valve on both systems.
If you hook up a grill with two regulators, one on tank and one on grill, the gas pressure drops to low and you can't hardly get any flame.
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