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When I turn the on the first burner will light and flame are OK, but lighting the next burner the flame goes down to a point that you can barely see the flame. It appears that the gas get reduce to have a big flame on all burners.

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Sounds to me like your other burner isn't getting the same amount of gas flow. what you need to do is give your grille a good cleaning and check the lines for any leaks. you will always smell gas so it will be hard to tell by smell alone. Test your lines by wrapping them tight with foil or something removable and turn your grille on to see if the flame gets bigger.

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