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How to connect a gas grill to RV – DIY Tips at Home

Do you know How To Connect a Gas Grill to RV? If not, do not worry; we got you covered.

In this article, we will let you know about methods of connecting the gas grill to the on-board propane tank of your RV and its pros and cons with a conclusion at the end.

There is nothing hard about it, as you only need to make some modifications to your RV that will allow you to connect the grill.

You also do not need to worry about the tank's heavy pressure, as there are propane regulators that will adjust the suitable pressure according to the gas grill.

Grilling could be your favorite part of the RV trip, so we do not want your trip to go unpleasant because of those disposable propane canisters that you use to fuel your grill.

If these small canisters run out of gas, you will not enjoy cooking at all. Connecting directly to the propane tank will save you from this trouble.

In fact, you will no longer need to buy those canisters separately, and this will also save your money and space.

So let's get to work, shall we?

METHODS of Connecting a gas grill to RV

METHOD 1

This method is for the users that have an LP quick connect inside their RV. That will make it easy to fire up your gas grill without making so many modifications to your propane tank.

Things you need:

  1. LP hose
  2. LP quick connector
  3. A grill connector to accommodate the connection

Steps:

  1. 1
    - First, you need to understand that there are two sides of the hose, one with the valve and the other is without the valve. The valve end will allow you to stop or start the supply of gas.
  2. 2
    - Now remove the dust cover from the valve of the LP quick connector and turn the valve off, as this will allow you to connect the hose with it and attach the side of the hose without the valve.
  3. 3
    - Attach the other side of the hose having the valve with the grill connector, in the same way you did with the LP connector.
  4. 4
    - You must choose the size of the hose according to the LP and grill connector. Otherwise, it may cause problems or leakage.
  5. 5
    - Once you connect both sides of the hose, turn them on, and start grilling food.

METHOD 2

This method requires some modifications to your RV propane tank, as you need to add some equipment that will accommodate you in transferring gas to your grill.

Things you need:

  1. A tee adapter
  2. A hose
  3. A small regulator

NOTE: Buy the equipment according to the size you want.

Steps:

Usually, the tank has a regulator that maintains the pressure and then transfer it to the appliances you are using inside the RV.

You need to add a tee adapter before the actual regulator, which will allow you to connect other appliances and also be able to give a direct connection using a hose to your gas grill.

Use a leak detector after applying the adapter to see if there is any leakage or not. Turn on the gas and see if any bubbles occur. If not, then it's all okay.

Next is you have to add the small regulator there (usually a 15 PSI regulator). That is because it will save your tank from creating an oily build up inside the hose or regulator and also to drop down the full high pressure up to the required one. It is important to regulate before the long run of the hose. If not, then it may cause problems and create an oily build up inside the regulator and will not work properly.

Now connect the other side of the hose with the grill by adding quick connectors.

You can turn off the valve and connect it to the grill fitting and then turn it on to get the propane to start grilling.

Pros n Cons of Connecting a gas grill with RV- Method- 2

Pros

Cons

It is a more convenient way than the disposable ones.

It would be best if you were extra cautious about safety.

They save your space and money.

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They will add more comfort and joy to your RV experience.

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No risk of running out of propane gas

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Conclusion:

Having an RV with the facility of connecting its propane tank with your grill is a blessing that will save you from many efforts and problems.

We hope that the above methods will help you in installing the direct connection to your gas grill.

The steps would be the same, even if you are having a difference in the system or the grill.

You only need to buy the accessories that will fit your system, so you do not have to further face any issues.

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