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  1. The BBQ is portable. It separates very easily from the stand. The stand is foldable. I used it when I had a Casita. I cooked everything on it so that I did not cook inside the Casita. When traveling I put it on the camping table. I kept the stand at home to use the BBQ between trips. In fact, I did not use it as I have another BBQ on my patio. I do not have the Casita anymore. Includes: Grill (complete w/collector plate, ignitor and cast iron grate) 6’ adaptor hose for propane tank side foldable tables (non available anymore) foldable stand Priced over $300 on amazon. Asking $200 The griddle/handles and weber cover: free with purchase. SOMEHOW I CAN UPLOAD ONLY 1 PHOTO IF YOU'D LIKE TO SEE MORE, JUST ASK ME. MY EMAIL IS AZPAT254@GMAIL.COM Pick up in North West Phoenix or we could meet somewhere.
  2. I'm probably looking over something really stupid, but I can't seem to get my Triton outdoor portable heater to fire and I'm really due for a continuous shower (I can only live on Navy showers for sooo long). I've torn it completely apart and given it a good cleaning.. brushed all the contacts, checked for blockage in the propane lines, cleaned the burner, it's getting battery power, propane tank is 3/4 full and getting flow through the regulator. I didn't actually test the pressure from the reg, but I hooked it up to my catalytic heater and it seems to be flowing normally. I didn't think an ignitor would go bad, but I did check continuity on anode and leads and they checked out. The thermocoupler seems fine. It's been in use regularly for the past 3 years without a hiccup. I just can't get it to attempt an ignition. What am I missing here?
  3. For Sale: $125.00 Thetford's innovative design brings it all together with patented hose handling and AutoStop fill shutoff to prevent spills. Saves time, effort, hassle. Completely self-contained; nothing else to buy. Permastore Hose Handling and Stowage Self-storing sewer hose stays connected at bottom of tank. Cradle pivots; hose extends 5 feet. Ingenious. No more mess or worry about where to stow the hose. A bayonet cap prevents spills. SmartTote 27LX, 27- Gallon 4-Wheel Tank with Handle; 39 Inch L x 23-7/8 inch width x 14-3/8 inch height (Equipped with 4 Wheels; Tow Handle; 5 Feet PermaStore Hose; AutoStop This is a brand new NEVER USED portable waste storage tank. I am selling this tank because I found I never used it and have no plans to do so. Contact information: Charles Spell Email: chazspell@gmail.com Telephone: (225) 218-3135 Location: Houston, Texas
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