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We just got a new propane tank and connected it and propane is not coming through

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I'll assume you had it purged of air before you had it filled, right? A full 20lb tank should weigh about 35-38 lbs. If so try this: Leave the tank valve closed for a few minutes. Then open the tank valve very slowly. It may have a built-in excess flow valve in the hose that is checking closed and preventing you from getting gas. See if that helps.

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