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    Regulator hose stuck/frozen

    Attempting to replace the fuel regulator on a genesis 310, but having trouble getting the old hose disconnected. Iíve tried WD40 and Liquid wrench, along with using two adjustable wrenches to try and loosen the fitting - no luck.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks!

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    Are you just trying to replace the regulator? Are you able to unscrew the hose attached to the barbecue?

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    Yes, attempting to replace the regulator. Canít unscrew the hose that is on the end of the old regulator. Havenít tried disconnecting the silver metal connector that goes from the regulator hose to the burners.

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    I ask because it would cost a little more than a regulator alon. But if you can get the hose off the grill then you could get a hose and regulator together. Something like this is only a few dollars more than just the regulator.

    https://www.homedepot.com/p/Liquid-P...00AW/206811550

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    It's probably a good plan to replace the complete regulator and hose ... better to be safe then sorry... !!!

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    For sure. You can buy a hose with regulator for under $10.
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