Gas BBQ - ST Vincent - lifestyle

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  1. 16 Sep 2020 at 2:01 PM #1
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    Does anyone have one of these BBQ’s?

    We had one at a log cabin last week so I went and bought one which arrived today and I’m positive something is missing from where the side burner connects to the regulator. According to the manual it just pushes on but there is no way it’s correct as it just ‘slops’ about. I’ve called the company and I’m waiting for an engineer to call back.

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  2. 16 Sep 2020 at 3:00 PM #2
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    Just spoke to the engineer who said that’s how it’s meant to be as it need the surrounding air to work?

    I shall fire it up tomorrow......nice knowing you all :muttley:
     
  3. 16 Sep 2020 at 4:45 PM #3
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    Yep, A mate in the gas business always told me not to worry about pure bottled gas catching fire or exploding if it escaped...............that was only a problem when the gas was mixed with air and even them the mix had to be right................ or wrong depending on your point of view.

    Bit like petrol, it's the vapour that catches fire not the liquid.

    I'll keep a lookout on the news for you tomorrow!!:bugeye::D

    Are you aiming for any particular orbit or altitude? :muttley:
     
  4. 16 Sep 2020 at 4:51 PM #4
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    Looks like it works akin to a bunsen burner, if that was sealed you'd get an orange instead of the hotter blue flame (i did an "up to 0.3m^3" gas course a few years ago so I'm not totally clueless!)
     
  5. 16 Sep 2020 at 5:59 PM #5
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    I will squint when I ignite it because we all know that makes a difference :muttley:
     
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    See you on the other side brother :muttley:
     
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    Mine is the same OP on my side burner. It is normal and northing to worry about.
     
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    Thanks everyone now on to my next issue. How to get a headboard altered so it can fit up the bloody stairs.
     
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