Originally Posted by donn
Grill is probably brand new because they were junk. The company went out of business several years ago. From what I have read they are extremely poor quality. You will be far better off going out and buying a portable gas grill and setting it up over on the picnic table.
I purchased the original RVQ last year in a yard sale for $5. still in the box. It had been used 2 times and the couple sold their trailer but forgot about the RVQ.
We used it last weekend (long weekend in Canada) and it worked perfectly. I had it set on a table top beside the trailer with a 10 foot quick disconnect purchased from the RV dealer locally.
The RVQ2 was a junk product but the original line was a solidly built unit.
and yes you can set it up on a table with a longer propane line.
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