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1. flame is the same, wether set at high or low. 2. turn on 3 burners and they almost go out. seems like there isn't enough gas flow to run even 3 of 5 burners

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Make sure your burners are clean and not blocked with lava rocks or anything. If that's all good, make sure that you are turning the tank off before you light it. This is really important, b/c if you light it with the tank already open, there is a safety device on most tanks that won't let the gas flow. After you try relighting after having the tank turned off for 30 seconds, make certain the valve on your tank is working. Turn the tank completely off. Open the hood and make sure you don't smell and gas. Without turning the gas on at the tank, turn the knob to light, and see if you get any flame. If all of that checks out, It is probably the gas regulator. They are relatively cheap and easy to replace.

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