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I actually have a model 1502SHLPE. Both burners

I actually have a model 1502SHLPE. Both burners only emit a small amount of propane. The burners are not clogged. Is it the pressure regulator? and can it be adjusted? Thanks, Dave

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Its the pressure regulator. It's just gone bad. They are not expensive. Your local lowes or home depo should have one. Measure the length of the hose from the pressure regulator to the grill manafold.. Thats the only difference you'll find at the store. Make sure when you install the new one that you use some pipe tape rated for gas and check for leaks with soapy water.

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