Slide 6: Grill Smart

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Before the weather gets too cold, you might want to think about firing up your grill one last time. Just be sure to "inspect the hose, regulator, and valve for any obvious signs of rust, cracks, kinks or damage," says Dan Hannan in Preventing Home Accidents (with forward by Bob Vila). Unsafe conditions could result in a flare-up or explosion. 


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