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I smell gas ,sprayed connections ,no bubbles ,cleaned everything still leaking ,suggestion please whats most common for leaks thanx Tom

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The leak itself may not be in the grill. It may be the connections to the gas tank regulator and hose. Or a minor leak in the tank valve, itself. Occasionally, the burner control valves will leak even when they are turned OFF. Of course, they are the hardest thing to test. These are just a few of the things you may need to check, in addition to those you have already tested.

Good luck and Happy Grilling!

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