The LP regulators are designed to detect leaks in the connection as a safety measure. If the regulator detects low pressure it will close and prevent gas flow. If you turn your tank off after each use and experience this problem you may need to bleed your line. Below are the steps to bleeding the line.
- First, make sure your LP tank is in the closed position.
- Next, make sure your valve knobs on your grill are in the “off” position.
- Wait a few minutes and turn both of your valve knobs to the “on” position for about 15 seconds.
- Now turn your valve knobs to the “off” position and wait about another 15 seconds.
- Turn your LP tank to the “open” position.
- Now the pressure in your hose and regulator should be reset and you can light your grill following the steps below.
- Turn your right valve knob to the “high” position.
- Now push or turn your ignitor and the grill should ignite.
If you have any questions or concerns about your hose and regulator, please do not hesitate to contact one of our knowledgeable customer service agents.