BBQ grill Propane Tank leak

BBQ grill propane leak where brass cone from regulator inserts into rubber seal on tank valve.  I've changed brass cone fitting and tried two 20# tanks.  Still leaks and leak changes as I tilt connection into tank.  Plastic handle nut is tight!  Can rubber seal IN tank valve be replaced? Help

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Is there a O-ring gasket on the on your fitting. Yes they can be replaced, just go to yor local hardwear store and ask them for one. Make sure to take it with you so they can get the correct one. Take that brass fitting with you.

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