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Grill wont stay lit

Grill will not stay lit. Second blue rhino tank, replaced the regulator and still same problem. Cant get it to stay lit. It is like there is not enough gas getting through

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  • pbkuziel May 08, 2009

    The gtrill has a new tank (full) A new regulator and still it will not stay lit. I start it and the burners light and then in less than 30 seconds "POOF" nada, nothing, zero zilch, Well you get the picture

  • pbkuziel May 08, 2009

    Still no good. Checked burners (didnt totally disasemble) but they seem clear enough. It is like there is not enough pressure? Weird!

  • Samuel Charles Spriggs May 11, 2010

    Have you checked the hoses feeding the burners. May be an obstruction -- like insects' homes.

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    tank is still over half full but not enough gas comes out to light more than 1 bunner out of 4

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These new tanks have a safety device installed in them . If you open the valve quickly or tip the jug the damn thang won't work. Take the tank loose, open all the grill valves and close all valves. Reconnect the tank and SLOWLY open the valve a hair. Light the burners. No need to open the valve all the way. if you do the dumb safety will plug the jug.

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Only one or two burner will stay lit at a time. If I try to light addtional burners all burners go out

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