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Full tank but no gas to ignition ...used the tank an another bbq and it works fine...in fact i used 2 different tanks....had the problem a year ago but it went away....i dont have gas even for the side element which is cleaner than the others....i cant even hear gas or smell it so there is a blockage somehwnere but not sure i shoul dbe tinkering with it?

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The new BBQ tanks need to be opened very slowly or they trip out.check regulator

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