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Wild Bill wrote:Matt, again the gas shuts right off, your low pressure burner went out as well right?
Wild Bill wrote:
Try contacting Bayou Classic to see what they say.
P-J wrote:Since the change in propane tank requirements, where they must have an OPD valve assembly (Overfill Protection Device), there was also a change in the propane regulator assembly. The regulators now must have a high flow restrictor in case of sudden failures. We can all thank the turkey fryer business for that one. The flow restrictor will transfer if the hose is cut or burnt and it severely restricts the flow of propane. It can and will transfer if the regulator is set for a high flow and the tank valve is opened quickly.
There is a ball check valve directly behind the small hole that will transfer with sudden changes in flow and/or high flow rates. The procedure to get around this is to shut the tank valve off and then turn the regulator down so that there is minimal flow when you turn the tank back on. Next, open the tank valve and then adjust the regulator.
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