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You probably have air in the lines because you ran out of propane. It's also possible the guy who filled your tank left the shut off valve on the tank turned off. First go to your stove turn on a burner and put a lit match close to one of the burners. Is the flame distorted like something is coming out of the burner or does it just burn normally like it did away from the burner. If the match flame doesn't distort then go to the tank and check the shut off. If it does distort you need to leave the burner on until the air is forced out of the piping