Question about Kitchen Ranges
Hello megan. actually the propane tank is causing this problem. the newer propane tanks have a safety feature built into them to prevent fires and explosions. that is a good thing. what is not so good is that the tanks are now a wee bit tempermental. this is what you now need to do. turn off the tank and unscrew the hose. let the hose sit unattached to the tank for 5 minutes then hook it back up and very s-l-o-w-l-y turn on the gas. That should solve the problem. if it doesn't repeat the procedure. joe
Posted on May 24, 2011
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