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How To Connect a Propane Griddle/Grill To a Quick Disconnect Port On a Trailer

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I need a connection from my rv propane’s quick connect to my Blackstone griddle. Help

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I looked up the Blackstone Griddle online and seen that it accepts a 1 lb propane bottle therefore it would have a disposable cylinder fitting on the end. If that is the case then you can use the MB Sturgis Quick Disconnect Propane Hose part # 100476-120-MBS to attach this to the female quick disconnect port on your trailer.

However, this option most likely will not work for you because the quick disconnect port on your trailer is already ran through the propane regulator. This hose will then also go through the propane regulator attached to the end of the griddle. Unfortunately, you can't have the propane supply going through two regulators as it would not supply the correct pressure that your griddle needs to function properly. It doesn't look like the the propane regulator on the griddle is removable therefore you have two options.

The first option you have is to not use the quick disconnect port on your trailer and instead tap into the propane supply before it goes through the regulator with a combination of the MB Sturgis Sturgi-Stay T-Fitting part # 103613-MBS and the MB Sturgis Quick Disconnect Propane Hose part # 100476-120-MBS.

The other option is to not use the quick disconnect fitting on your trailer and instead use a new griddle that does not have a built-in regulator. We do not carry any griddles but we do have grills like the Camco Olympian 5500 Stainless Steel RV Propane Grill part # CAM57305 which will work.

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Conner L

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