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RustySam

I have an older (appx 2012 or earlier) Coleman Tabletop Barbecue with a Global propane regulator (identified by Global 666 on regulator).

The O rings that fit on the feed tube by which the regulator connects to barbecue  (not sure if 1 or 2 O rings but 2 grooves) have dried, split and have been lost.

Trying to get any information that I can use to get replacement O rings.    Spent more than hour searching internet without getting any useful information.  Suspect this may be the same O rings used on propane stoves that use the same type of feed tube.

Can anyone help
Thanks RustySam

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RustySam

Update of grill information

9930 Series  Propane Table Top Grill

4 5010000563 Regulator Assy. (no longer avialable)

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shaune509
If this is the connection at the bbq from the regulator, go to an propane service dealer and they will have the O rings to fit. They may charge a service fee with parts but you can ask them to test the regulator so you know all is good. Take the complete bbq.
Shaune509
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RustySam

Yes, o rings on tube that plugs in to grill. 

Will give propane dealer a try.

Without BBQ bought O ring from hardware vendor that fit tube fine but when got home found it bound up going in to female tube.

Thanks

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