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  1. I have a Coleman Road Trip Grill (a few years old) that was working perfectly until suddenly the flame barely lit the burner. I have a hose from the motor coach propane tank teed off the regulator side to the back of the Grill. The other side of the tee goes to the cook top inside the coach which works perfectly. I'm guessing that there is a loss of pressure from the hose connection to the grill or in the grill. I have an adapter that connects from the hose to the back of the grill, but cannot find another. If anyone is familiar with this grill, can you give me some help with where to look for an obstruction or some method of troubleshooting? Any help will be appreciated. Thanks in advance, Art Perrone Loris, SC 315-427-0657
  2. One: Name: Art Perrone Two: List the branch of service you were in: US Navy Three: List the amount of time you were in service to this country and when you were in service: 3 yrs active, 3 yrs reserve, 1960 - 1966 Four: List your rank while in service: Petty Officer 3rd Class Five: List your job while in service: Interior Communications Electrician Six: List where you served: Aboard USS Bushnell, Submarine Tender in Charleston, SC - Key West, FL - Cuban Blockade (Guantanamo Bay, Cuba)
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