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Re: Storing spare propane tank

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Originally Posted by kellysails View Post
Yet another excellent idea! From you folks I am getting smarter every day, and I can't wait for tomorrow. Damn nice idea!

For my next project, I have a magma grill and I was thinking about how I was going to fit a Tee in the original tiny propane locker, brilliant! I will just hook it to the spare, dang!
Remember to step down the pressure if your Magma is a low pressure model like mine. You have to get an adamptor and take the venturi tube off the grill also. I lave the hose connected to the T coiled on top og the 2nd propane tank in its locker. When we use the grill, uncoil the hose, step the control into the slot on the grill gas intake, turn the valve on...voila...No big deal
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