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Cannot adjust flame

We just bought our son, the uniflame 46,000 BTU 4-burner gas grill, and the first time he tried to use it tonight, he cannot adjust the flame. He has checked all of the connections, and assures us they are all ok. Any other suggestions?


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This could be a regulator or manifold issue. If the unit has a side burner check to see if it is burning at a correct flame height. If it is then the regulator is not the problem there is an issue with the manifold. For further assistance please get the model number and call Uniflame at 1-800-732-1142 we are here 7 days a week to help.

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