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Even after I change the propane tank, the burners only produce a small flame. If I turn all 5 burners on, the grill doesn't get very hot (about 200), so I had to cook on 2 grills and the temperature only got to 300.

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Hello John. The problem you are experiencing is due to the new and "improved" safety valve on these propane tanks. Do this.
Unscrew the tank from the grill hose. Then reinstall the tank but this time open up the valve v-e-r-y slowly. This should prevent the safety valve from sensing that you have a leak and partially shutting off itself. J.

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