We receive many service calls for people experiencing a low flame out of their grill burners. This article will help you troubleshoot if you are experiencing a low flame.
Step 1. Check your LP Tank (If it has a triangle valve on it, it is equipped with a safety valve over-fill protection device that is designed to shut down if the tank is filled with too much gas or there is too much propane in your hose line leading up to your grill)
Step 2. Make sure the LP Tank is off
Step 3. Unscrew the regulator from the tank
Step 4. Open all control knobs, allowing the lines to bleed out
Step 5. Wait 5 minutes, then turn all the knobs into the off position
Step 6. Reconnect the regulator to the tank
Step 7. Crack open the LP tank and Slowly, I mean Slowly, open the the tank valve (this allows the gas line to pressurize)
Step 8. Light your grill
9 times out of 10 the the safety valve in the tank has shut down, Not allowing much gas to come out.
If this does not fix your issue, Then try replacing your regulatorby Tracy Hollander