Question about Grilling
Probably a defective regulator or a leak. Regulators have a safety feature that shuts them off if there is insufficient back pressure, such as can be caused by a leak. If the leak is of the right size, then the regulator may be happy with one burner and the leak, but any more and it shuts down. Carefully inspect all hoses and fittings. A soap and water solution may help. Be aware that varmints like to chew on the rubber hoes, especially if they get grease on them. These can be hard to spot. If no leaks, then the regulator may be defective.
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