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Regulator Control Valve

Model #29102349

Regulator Control Valve

Model #29102349

  • Measures approximately: 5" L
  • Please check your owner's manual to make sure this part will work with your grill.

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    • Manufacturer: Char-Broil

    I have an older Thermos Grill 2 Go..model number: 465611003. Based upon reading through your forum it appears that this regulator will work on my grill. Am I correct?

    Asked by: skiray
    We apologize, but this regulator will not work with your Grill2Go. Please give us a call at 1-800-241-7548 for more information.
    Answered by: DustinR
    Date published: 2015-10-30

    I have an older Thermos Grill 2 Go in excellent condition just needing a regulator. Will this regulator work as it appears to be the same unit.

    Asked by: nosow12
    To best answer this we will need the model number for your Grill2Go. This model number should be on the rating label, on the back towards the bottom of the grill, and also on the front cover of the product guide. The model number normally begins with 46. Follow this link for more information...
    Answered by: DustinR
    Date published: 2015-10-29

    Will your regulator model # 29102349 fit my thermos fire and ice 2 go grill model # 46563003?

    Asked by: Xman1952
    This regulator is only able to work with specific Grill2Go models. These are model # 08401504, 08401504-A1, 10401582, 11401587, 12401590, 13401868, and 12401504.
    Answered by: DustinR
    Date published: 2015-07-13

    I have an RV with a propane supply line for accessories that uses the onboard propane so it is already regulated.. Do you have a kit that allows you to remove the regulator and just hook to a quick disconnect and extension hose?

    Asked by: Heavysledz
    DustinR - I don't think you understood my question. My travel trailer has onboard 20lb propane tanks that are regulated already. The trailer is equipped with a propane quick disconnect specifically so you can hook up a portable grill such as the Grill2Go ICE that I have and not require lugging around 1lb bottles or a spare 20lb bottle and hose adapter. However, since the propane supply is already regulated down onboard, if I hook it to the supplied regulator that comes with the grill, it will lower the supply pressure even further resulting in a very low flame even on high resulting in low cooking temperatures.  My question was " Do you sell a non-regulated control valve that will allow me to use my regulated propane supply from the trailer instead of having to use the 1lb disposable bottles or drag a 20b bottle over and use the hose adapter." If you do not...I would highly suggest you consider offering one as most every new trailer comes with a regulated propane supply quick disconnect on them and would make your portable grill line up that much more attractive to the market.
    Answered by: Heavysledz
    Date published: 2015-07-08
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