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IS any gas coming through the burner manifolds?
Ok I have personally had this happen many times and it has to do with the coupler to the tank. Disconnect the tank coupler....turn on one of the burner manifolds and then crank the tank valve open just a little while connecting the coupler, once connected full open the tank and then shut the burner off and try it. It will likely work fine. Let me know
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Just try to do the procedure I said and see if the gas then comes through
Have you tried a different propane tank?
OK the issue is in the regulator or coupler as the valves on the unit are not causing the lack of gas flow. If you take the line off the regulator and hook just the regulator to the tank and turn it on does any gas come out?
Yes that was my comment on the 7th of July to you about the regulator.