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Charmglow grill, cannot get gas flow to multiple burners

Charmglow grill: 3 burners plus side burner. I Have replaced burner tubes once after rusting away. Things worked fine. Two years later the burner tubes appear to still be in fairly good shape.Not geat, but no blow torching effect. However, over the last few months I can no longer use all burners. Problems began where two burners would work, but when turning on the third, all burners would go to minimum. Now I can only use one burner above minimum. Upon turning on the second burner both go to minimum and will not build temperature. I have replaced the tank, no difference. I wonder if I have a regulator problem, but I do not know how to test for it.

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There is no test for the regulator since they are factory set. Replace it that is your problem.

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