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I had a sticking regulator on my weber genisis silver I

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I had a sticking regulator on my weber genisis silver I disconnected the gas turned on the control knobs , waited a minute then reconnected everything now the burners work good but now when I turn the back burner on it whistles what could it be
Submitted: 4 months ago.
Category: Home Improvement
Expert:  Rick replied 4 months ago.

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Whistling is usually a sign of low gas pressure. You might want to consider replacing the regulator.