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Despite changing everything from the gas bottle to the connection between the Gas Bottle and the BBQ, Chnaging the Gas Bottles to a new full one and changing BBQs! The BBQ wont stay alight it starts then the flame dies and extinguishes after that it wont light at all.

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    I just bought my grill and the last two times it has flamed out after a strong start and just won't remain lit for more than 30 seconds each relight.


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