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Kenmore Cross Ray Gas Grill Model #16671 when i open all valves turns off all burners. Then I have to close the gas tank valve open it and i can start 2 or the burners right away after i open the 3 valve it starts to give a windy sound like flapping sound and then turns all burners off. Like it is was gettng or too much air or too short gas

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