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Hello there, everyone. My first gas barbecue, a Weber Q1200, was recently purchased. The propane cartridges were also purchased. I have a few safety concerns because this is my first time using gas and owning a gas grill:
 

Is it safe to keep the gas cartridge connected to the line that connects the tank and the grill? I read on several sites that shutting the valve enabling gas to flow to the grill is fine.

I live in an apartment and will cook on my balcony grill. Is it safe to leave it outside? Is it alright if I keep it in my kitchen?

Do the cast iron grates need to be oiled? I sometimes oil my cast iron pan and bake it for an hour, but I'm not sure whether I should do the same with the grates.

Any additional safety and enhancement advice is much welcomed. Thank you for taking the time to read this!

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3 hours ago, chrisjr said:

I live in an apartment and will cook on my balcony grill.

Check with fire regulations first. Many places will not allow a grill on a balcony. One place we lived wouldn't even allow it on our deck which was room-size.

Linda

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Weber has a phone app that is fantastic.  I answers maintenance problems.  Even better, you enter your grill serial number and the grill guide will give you exact cooking instructions for almost everything, tailored to your grill.  I have a Q2200 and have not had any cooling failures following the app instructions.

I would never have propane inside.  I have no problem leaving propane hooked up to the grill when it is stationery and I am not using it.  I would not move it around with the propane attached, other than to shift it a couple of feet.  As had been said before - don't use the grill inside.  Carbon monoxide will kill you -and turn you a pretty red color first.  A propane leak indoors allows you to kill yourself and your neighbors at the same time.

Wayne & Jinx
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