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I replace the propane tank on my weber and it won't lite. Gas seems to be coming out of what I think is a regulator from a small hole as well as the burner

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If the small hole is connected to the gray device (regulator) you attach to your tank this is the vent and you should not be ablee to detect gas coming from it. If this is the case your regulator is bad.

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