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The gas bottle is on and but there is no gas getting to to the patio heater.

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Regulator maybe frozen if its cold there. if so take it off and thaw it out inside for awhile, no hot water om it only creates more issues later!! if you are hooking it to a BBQ tank that has a new Qcc1 valve you have toopen the valve on the tank very slow when you have it hooked up or it slugs off. hope this helps, you also may have a blocked pilot orifice or other issues hard to fix without seeing it and little info..

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