- Model Number: G515-4300-W1
I bought a new hose, valve, regulator assembly for model number 463270911. It is for the side burner as well. Is it safe to unscrew the flex hose from the pipe? It's the only way I can see to be able to put the new assembly on. switching from gas to LP.
Was your grill originally converted to natural gas? This hose/valve/regulator assembly should not need to be taken apart to install. The control panel, bezels and knobs can be loosened so that the original part can be removed and the new one can be installed. Give us a call at 1-800-241-7548 and we will be able to best assist.
Date published: 2016-02-08
I need the part #G515-4300-w1 but it costs $89 here but only $65 over the phone direct to Charbroil . Can you drop the price online or is this a call in price only?
Give us a call at 1-800-241-7548 and we will be able to best assist with this.
Date published: 2015-08-02
Can you remove the hose at the nut at the end of the regulator hose or do you have to replace the entire assembly?
The entire hose/valve/regulator assembly must be replaced. These parts are not available individually.
Date published: 2015-07-07
grill blew over in a hurricane. the burner closest to where the regulator came in stopped working at that time. Since then the middle burner only seems to get half normal amt gas. Is this apt to be a problem with the regulator hose. No spiders.
There are a few troubleshooting steps we recommend when running into this issue. 1. Start with the Tank. How full is the tank? An easy way to check this is to pour a cup of hot/warm water over the tank and see how far up the side it begins to frost. The tank will only frost until the point of where the propane stops. 2. Reset the regulator. Disconnect the regulator from the tank and allow it to dangle for approximately 2 minutes. During this time, check the threading on the tank and on the regulator to make sure it is not damaged and upon reattaching, make sure there is not any cross threading taking place. 3. Perform a bubble test. Take a 50/50 mixture of soap and water and run it along the hose to look for growing bubbles. Regular bubbles will occur, but growing bubbles will show any pinpoint leaks. 4. Check all of your valves. Believe it or not certain spiders are drawn to the smell of propane and will create little nests/webs inside of the valves and/or burners. Take a Q-tip and some rubbing alcohol to check and clean the valves (the part that blows the gas into the burners). Take a minute to glance over each one to make sure they are not dented, cracked or damaged in any way. 5. Last but not least, do the same thing to your burners. Take each burner out of your grill and check down the middle of them for any obstructions or damages. The smallest thing will cause the largest blockage of gas. Do NOT use anything plastic or wood to clean out your burners as it could break off and snap. We recommend a paper clip to clean out the portholes where the gas comes through. (if you use a high pressure hose to clean out the burners, please make sure the parts are 100% dry before placing them back inside of your grill) *If you have performed all of these troubleshooting steps and are still experiencing issues, please either create a case with us or give us a call so our Certified Grill Specialists can help pinpoint the issue. Customer Service Center: 1-800-241-7548 Create a Case: http://www.charbroil.com/support/case/create
Date published: 2015-05-11
Are you sure this is the right part for my 463257110 model grill?
Yes, this is the model specific HVR for your grill model - 463257110.
Date published: 2014-08-12