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Extremely low flame on all burners. Tried blowing lines out with compressed air. No success.

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  • Anonymous Feb 09, 2009

    Grill used maybe 10-12 times first season (uneven heat at that) then all burners would only provide very low flame. Fresh tank did nothing to improve it. Warranty out.

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This is caused by a bad regulator. This is the silver device that usually attaches directly to your tank. Most hardware stores carry these regulators you will need the numbers off it to match up a new regulator for size.

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