Question about Heating & Cooling
From what you have described, it sounds like a gas pressure problem, which may be related to the gas bottle's regulator. Or you are running out of gas and there is not enough to sustain both gas appliances. And finally, there may be an obstruction somewhere in the gas line. Even a kink in the gas line could cause it. These are the things you need to troubleshoot first.
Hope this helps you solve the problem.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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