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I have an AM33LP 5 burner Grille. I have the same problem as previously reported. Each time I turn on, the flames get lower but not all the time. Sometimes works perfectly, I thought that the colder it was the more it happens. Burners are clean, LP tank is full. Could it be the Regulator?? Not losing LP, don't suspect a leak.

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When the temperature falls the orifice shrinks there by not letting as much gas thru and there is no remedy for it just have to cook longer is all .

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SOURCE: 1st burner goes out when 2nd burner is turned on

I had the same problem. They original regulator and hose were poorly designed for this model. There isn't enough room underneath without crimping the hose. I bought a standard regulator and shorter hose combination a Home Depot for about $20. It makes a 90 degree turn coming out of the tank and does not kink the hose.

It was worth the $20.

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SOURCE: My Amana 4 burner has lower flame each time a burner is turned on

it may not getting enough gas to it for one thingbut it could be your air vents my be open to much. reajust them on the burners

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SOURCE: I have a 5 burner

it could be the burner is block try blowing them out with air line or shop vac on blow or orffice could be blocked

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