Question about Heating & Cooling
Since you're having basically the same issue with two separate gas appliances in the same home, I suspect it's a pressure problem with your home's main gas regulator/meter. In which case, this is not something you want to attempt to repair. Contact the company that provides you gas. Also, ask your neighbors, if they are experiencing the same problem. As it may be something else wrong with the main gas line feeding your neighborhood.
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Posted on May 18, 2011
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