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How to Connect your Propane Tank to your Grill
First, make sure your grill is safely positioned away from any flammable material and that the grill cover is completely open. If you have an empty propane cylinder in place, remove it now.
Double-check that the propane tank hand wheel is turned to the OFF position before you proceed with hooking up the tank.
First, remove the blue plastic cap that’s covering the nozzle. Connect the propane tank nozzle to the grill’s gas line—it should be a snug fit. Turn the coupler at the end of the grill’s gas line to the right to make sure the fitting is fully screwed in, but not so tight that you won’t be able to unscrew it when you need a new tank.
Now you’re ready to turn on the gas. Turn the hand wheel to the left slowly in order to set the valve to the open position.
Your tank should now be securely connected to the grill’s gas line. To make sure the connection is secure and there are no leaks, conduct a simple “bubble” leak test. You should perform leak tests regularly, but especially before you use your grill for the first time in a while.
Once you’ve checked for leaks, you’re ready to power up your grill and get cooking! Follow the grill manufacturer's instructions for proper operation.