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I have 3 MH35LP utility heaters and 2 of them light and run for about 5 minutes and then they blow themselves out and hiss propane and i have to shut them down and let cool before i light them again and they repeat the same process. the 3rd one will run for 5 minutes and just shut off and won't light again until cooled off. Any solutions?

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Sounds like propane source too small or regulators set incorrect keeps running out

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