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IGNITION WITH PROPANE DEEP FRYER

I HAVE A DEEP FRYER THAT I AM HOOKING UP TO A CANISTER OF PROPANE. I HAVE ATTACHED THE CANISTER AND TURN IT ON BUT NO FLOW OF PROPANE TO IGNITE THE DEEP FRYER. THE PRODUCT ID UNKNOW BUT IT SAYS metal fusion, inc on the side

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This is a safty feature turn and hold pilot light untill lite then the gas should flow..but only after pilot is lit for 30 seconds

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