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My grill is hissing and the nozzle is screwed on tight. Is their a washer piece that is supposed to be included with this set?

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If you are smelling gas, do not try lighting anything until you figure out what is leaking. Spray soapy water on everything to pinpoint the hiss sound. The tank valve should have a rubber gasket inside it that seals against your black plastic female hose end fitting when you hook it up. It will not seal if it is missing. If that is the problem, take the tank back where you filled it or exchanged it. Douglas

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