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Regulator vibration The regulator on my Weber Baby Q is vibrating - loudly enough to hear a light humming sound. It (reg) is also very cold to the touch. The flame was still burning, gas supply is adequate, however I turned it off. I suspect the regulator needs replacement, but is it more than that?

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