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tank safety valve. turn it off, turn it on several times with burner off.
if you hear a definate little snap,, thats when it activates the internal safety cutoff valve. when you get the valve on without the snap your good to go. I have had some bottles that I had to jar the bottom of bottle on the ground to get the valve to drop and to give out the gas. Then when all else fails take it back. always keep it upright..
If you are not using purified or distilled water, most likely the heating element or sensor has become encrusted with lime or calcium and gives a false reading which will not allow the heating element to engage. (safety stuff you know) All you could try is a fill with a limeaway solution of 20%, cycle, drain and refill with distilled water, or disassemble and clean the components.
-count (& save) the 3 characters (1st syllable).
-start at position 4 (3+1 chars) in the string.
-count (& save) the 3 characters (2nd syllable).
-start at position 7 (6+1 chars) in the string.
-count (& save) the 3 characters (3rd syllable).
-Initialize syllable-counter (x) to 1, position-counter to 1 (z).
-Initialize syl(x) strings to Null, where x = 1 to 3.
-Assign "dangerous" to string variable.
z = 1
y = 1
x = 1
string = "DANGEROUS"
For x = 1 to 3 DO
*Comment. read 3 chars (in a loop), add them to Syl (x).
For y = 1 to 3 DO
read a char(y) from the string at position-counter(z)
syl(x) = syl(x) + char(y)
z = z + 1