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Old 07-20-2016, 08:00 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by mnoland30 View Post
I modified a propane stove to hook to the quick disconnect, but it doesn't put out enough pressure to cook well. The grill that came with my ROO doesn't put out much heat. You'd have to be really patient to cook on it. Anyone else have this issue?
Did you leave the BBQ gas regulator in the line after hooking it to the quick disconnect? The pressure in the quick disconnect line is reduced to 1/2 psi from your RV at the tank and a second regulator will reduce the pressure again. You need to remove the second regulator.

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Old 07-21-2016, 10:30 AM   #12
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tossed the outide grill

Craigster MI,

I recall paying about $150 (but I sold my grill for $50). It's a 3 burner stove and looks like the rangetop on the inside. It's pretty big and sits high - but I'm 6 foot 3 and I like the height. Sorry I can't do a pic but I think if you went on the rockwood popup site you could find a picture. It does work great.

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