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    Replacing Propane regulator

    I am seeking recommendations on a replacement Propane Regulator for my 2800BH. One side is leaking when activated. Other side not. Swapped out tanks, issue remains. Tried tightening connection at the regulator and no improvement.
    So guessing I need to change out the regulator.
    Would this suffice or do you have a better suggestion.
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    https://www.walmart.com/ip/2-Stage-A...ails/837637359
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    Quote Originally Posted by f100owner View Post
    I am seeking recommendations on a replacement Propane Regulator for my 2800BH. One side is leaking when activated. Other side not. Swapped out tanks, issue remains. Tried tightening connection at the regulator and no improvement.
    So guessing I need to change out the regulator.
    Would this suffice or do you have a better suggestion.
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    https://www.walmart.com/ip/2-Stage-A...ails/837637359
    I think that will do you just fine.

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    That looks like it will do the trick...just make sure the hoses are long enough by measuring your old ones...
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    Received the regulator assembly. Is it as simple as unbolting the existing one and replacing the old with the new? Also, is there a specific teflon tape for gas lines as opposed to water lines.
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    Quote Originally Posted by f100owner View Post
    Received the regulator assembly. Is it as simple as unbolting the existing one and replacing the old with the new? Also, is there a specific teflon tape for gas lines as opposed to water lines.
    Yes and Yes. There is a specific tape for gas lines, its yellow. It will clearly be identified as for use on gas line connections. After you're done I would use a soapy solution to check for leaks.
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    Even if I have an auto change-over regulator, I only use one tank until it runs out then I'll open the other one. I want to know when the tank I'm using is empty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobLandry View Post
    Even if I have an auto change-over regulator, I only use one tank until it runs out then I'll open the other one. I want to know when the tank I'm using is empty.
    Same here - like to know when I am running out of propane or at least on my last tank.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobLandry View Post
    Even if I have an auto change-over regulator, I only use one tank until it runs out then I'll open the other one. I want to know when the tank I'm using is empty.
    We use the Mopeka Tank Check system. Pretty reliable so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by f100owner View Post
    Received the regulator assembly. Is it as simple as unbolting the existing one and replacing the old with the new? Also, is there a specific teflon tape for gas lines as opposed to water lines.
    https://www.amazon.com/Sealant-Propa...5934477&sr=8-3

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    Check out this regulator. I've replaced ours with it. I really like the ability to see the green indicator when the tank is feeding and red when it's switched to the second tank. It's been very reliable and makes checking easy. We also have the Mopeka Tank Check system, but if you go with that, make sure you carry spare batteries, since they are good for a couple of months (the transmitter(s) are constantly on).


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