Regulator on the grill crapped out

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  1. flyover

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    I went out to start my Holland grill and no flame output. Checked the thank and plenty of fuel so I grabbed some wrenches and took the regulator off and no fuel flow. :fist::steamed::fist: Searching the net for a new regulator but I'm going to check my local suppliers first.

    Kielbasa does not taste the same when cooked on the stove.
     
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    If it's a gas stove it does...


    :couch:
     
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    Not on my stove. I like the crunchy skin from when it's cooked on the grill. I used the boil it in water recipe.
     
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    Get your cast iron pan on medium to medium/high and treat it the same as if it's on your grill. I don't boil sausage. It's takes a lot of tending in the pan because there is no cool spot to move it off to but it will get the skin crisp all the same.
     
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    Did you try telling it:
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    No, but I bounced it on the floor a couple of times!
     
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    Did it hit the east side of the l.b.c.?
     
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    Don't regulators have some kind of resettable safety cutoff?
     
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    If the regulator on my grill crapped out, I'd be dead.

    I am the master of the flame and keeper of time.

    Otherwise, might as well drag the oven out of the kitchen and put it outside.
     
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    No, the tanks have OPD valves and also won't work unless attached. The second stage attached to the grill just controls the flow. If it rusts out it's deadlined.
     
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    OK, ended up doing the procedure twice. First time didn't get much flame, redid the procedure the second time and the grill is burning again. I will have to start it again and see if it will come up to temp.

    Thanks @Kevinr20 for the tip.
     
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