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Weber 9800 Hansen Gas-Mate II, for Propane Gas Tanks (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Quick disconnect adapter for propane tanks which have a POL fitting
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Product Description

Use this quick-disconnect adapter to change your propane tank on a Weber gas grill. It really makes the procedure fast, easy and safe!

  • Quick Disconnect Adapter For LP Tanks That Have A POL Fitting
  • Adapts Old POL & New QCC-1 Propane Tanks To A Quick Disconnect Configuration Allowing Them To Be Compatible With 1995 Model Year Gas Grills And Newer

  • Product Details

    • Product Dimensions: 12 x 6 x 8 inches ; 4.5 ounces
    • Shipping Weight: 2.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
    • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
    • ASIN: B00004RAM5
    • Item model number: 9800
    • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #97,083 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
    • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here


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    Customer Reviews

    So I now had three options.
    Jared
    The male portion of this quick connect adapter so that other propane appliances can be attached to your tank.
    Morley
    The installation was a snap and works with my quick connect very well.
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    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Jared on June 28, 2005
    For reference, "old tanks" will refer in this review to Weber "quick connect tanks."

    First about the price: I got this at Home Depot for $16.95 because I needed to grill in a hurry. If you do not have an OPD tank for your Weber grill and can see yourself in the future refilling, and you would receive it in time before you run out, then I would recommend getting it on Amazon for the lesser price but can afford shipping time.

    If you have an older Weber grill and wanted the tank to be refilled, then you probably understand the frustration that I had to go through to get more propane. Federal Law has mandated that all tanks now be "OPD" certified. Now, on these OPD tanks, which can be detected by the "star" shape of the handle, has a different opening where the hose on your grill needs to be connected as compared to the older model. So when I went to have it refilled, they told me that they could no longer refill my old model. So I bought a Blue Rhino. Then, I could not connect it to my Weber grill because of the different opening. (The propane hose would not adapt to the tank.) So I now had three options. One was buy a new grill, which would be quite expensive. Second, which Weber recommended, probably because it would cost me more money, would be buying a new hose. (They said it was around $40. And I have also heard that it has a problem with squirrels eating it.) And third was this adapter that I found. Thus, this adapter was the answer for the price. Connect the thread side of the adapter and your hose to the other side of the adapter (This is the "spring side" or "quick connect" side where to release the hose from the adapter, you must just pull back on the end part of the adapter.
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    14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Joseph C. Rothengast on August 25, 2005
    Well, the Hansen Gas-Mate II Quick Disconnect Adapter will temporarily solve your BBQ connection issues, but ONLY TEMPORARILY. What will inevitably happen to you will be suffering my fate. Upon emptying your tank, you are going to find someday that you will have this adapter stuck in the threads of the tank. There is no place to grab the adapter with a wrench or pliers to get a good grip on it to turn it.

    Save that little plastic inner piece that comes with it as you can get an adjustable wrench around the square outside of that to turn the adapter out for a while, until the day comes when the torque required is too much for the plastic inner piece. I would also recommend greasing up both sets of threads, the ones on the new tank and the ones on the Hansen Gas-Mate II adapter. AND DON'T OVERTIGHTEN IT putting it into your new full tank.

    This adapter is another bad design by Weber. This adapter should come with either a strong metal inner piece that helps you remove it, or it should have some portion of the adapter itself on its outside that operates like a nut and serves as a grabbing point for a wrench.
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    13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Morley on February 16, 2001
    Using this procuct makes changing propane tanks a really quick procedure. Just remember to pull the outer ring back before installing the male part. Additional items need to be offered if you are not just ordering an extra one for your Weber grill. 1) An adapter for the propane retailer to fill your tank. 2) The male portion of this quick connect adapter so that other propane appliances can be attached to your tank. It doesn't look like it is included as offered. The quick connect adapter by itself won't do you any good.
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    12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Seward on October 28, 2005
    The installation instructions require you to tighten the fitting to the point that you break the little black intstallation tool. Once the tank is empty it can not be refilled unless the station has an adapter. I have not found a station with one yet. You can not get the adapter off the tank with out the tool you broke. They dont sell the black tool and it's designed so nothing else fits. You have to purchase the whole fitting just to get the tool. Another $17.00 down the drain. After my third one, I finally fabbed a tool out of a bolt head by grinding the head into the right shaped triangle.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By T. Hills on June 18, 2012
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    My tank was expired and had the quick release valve, though my Weber Grill was still going strong. This did the trick, though read the other reviews about keeping the little black plastic assembly piece. It is a must.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Benson P. Hendricks on April 26, 2008
    I have used this product for many years. I needed a new one as the other was damaged by accident. It was offered and a great price and a great delivery time. I am very happy with my purchase. Ben Hendricks
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    This part is designed to NOT be removable. Once inserted into a tank even with 5-10 ft-lbs of torque, it cannot be removed with the plastic lug provided. The lug will sear off and you will have nw way to remove it. Convienent when you are selling these connectors, it would be easy enough to make teh llugs out of metal.

    Once this occurs, you will need to have the tank refilled. This eliminated the common option of simply swapping your empty tank for a new full tank that has the standard connector fitting. For about $20-$25 you can replace your non-standard quick connect on your weber with a new hose/regulator that has the standard oversized female connector.
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