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Try turning off the tank, disconnecting it, reconnecting it and very slowly turning the tank valve back on. You might have turned the gas tank on too fast, causing the excess flow flow to check, only allowing a trickle of gas through to the burners. If that doesn't fix it, click on my username and scroll down my profile to my tips and tricks for gas grill lighting issues. Hopefully one of the tips listed will solve the problem.

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