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    Furrion Stove Top Flame Low

    Hello,

    Our stove top in our 2022 320MKS flame is really low when it's on high and when I mess with the nobs and turn it toward the lower setting, it goes off. Also, if I have one burner lit, when I try to light another, it won't. It's almost as if it's not getting enough propane. My 30LB tanks are full. Is there a way to adjust this?
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    There is a safety valve in the tank that restricts flow
    Happens when the valve is open to quickly
    Close the valves and then reopen slowly
    Might not be the problem but it is the place to start


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    Quote Originally Posted by EddieK82 View Post
    Hello,

    Our stove top in our 2022 320MKS flame is really low when it's on high and when I mess with the nobs and turn it toward the lower setting, it goes off. Also, if I have one burner lit, when I try to light another, it won't. It's almost as if it's not getting enough propane. My 30LB tanks are full. Is there a way to adjust this?
    Could be air in the line or restricted flow.

    Is it only the stove top that has a problem? Check other propane appliances, hot water heater, furnace, oven, do they work?

    If the problem is only with the stove top then look for a kinked hose or an on/off valve that is not all the way open. If the problem is with everything then maybe the propane regulator or try switching tanks, disconnect then reconnect tanks.

    My Furrion stove top pulls out of the counter top and has flex or plastic hoses that connect the burners which may be kinked. If your stove is in the slide there will be a gas line running to the slide, see if it is kinked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Always Learning View Post
    Could be air in the line or restricted flow.

    Is it only the stove top that has a problem? Check other propane appliances, hot water heater, furnace, oven, do they work?

    If the problem is only with the stove top then look for a kinked hose or an on/off valve that is not all the way open. If the problem is with everything then maybe the propane regulator or try switching tanks, disconnect then reconnect tanks.

    My Furrion stove top pulls out of the counter top and has flex or plastic hoses that connect the burners which may be kinked. If your stove is in the slide there will be a gas line running to the slide, see if it is kinked.
    It's both the stove top and the oven. I went outside and opened both tanks. I know the fridge worked fine on propane as I could here it burning outside before connecting to AC. After the rain I'm going to go outside and check the outside grill. If that's all working correct then I'll have to dig into the stove next. I just picked this TT up 5 days ago so hopefully it's something that's not going to take weeks for service to fix if that's what it needs.
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    So you are not going to close them and reopen slowly to see if the safety valves are activated?


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    Quote Originally Posted by NB Canada View Post
    So you are not going to close them and reopen slowly to see if the safety valves are activated?


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    I tried that. It didn't work.
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    Look for kinks in the supply line going to the stove. Long shot but who knows

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    Quote Originally Posted by EddieK82 View Post
    It's both the stove top and the oven. I went outside and opened both tanks. I know the fridge worked fine on propane as I could here it burning outside before connecting to AC. After the rain I'm going to go outside and check the outside grill. If that's all working correct then I'll have to dig into the stove next. I just picked this TT up 5 days ago so hopefully it's something that's not going to take weeks for service to fix if that's what it needs.
    From the floor plan it looks like you have an outside kitchen. Does the propane work there?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ynot4me2 View Post
    Look for kinks in the supply line going to the stove. Long shot but who knows

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    Crawled under the rig, pouring today and muddy, but you were right. the propane hose comes along the bottom then they zip tie it to the frame. The Genius who put the last screw in pulled the hose so hard it kinked it as it came into the cabin. It's fixed now and working the way it should. I'll have to go back out there again when the rain stops and secure the hose a little better now that I've cut the zip tie where the kink was.

    Thanks for all the help everyone, much appreciated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EddieK82 View Post
    Crawled under the rig, pouring today and muddy, but you were right. the propane hose comes along the bottom then they zip tie it to the frame. The Genius who put the last screw in pulled the hose so hard it kinked it as it came into the cabin. It's fixed now and working the way it should. I'll have to go back out there again when the rain stops and secure the hose a little better now that I've cut the zip tie where the kink was.

    Thanks for all the help everyone, much appreciated.
    Yea! Good you got it figured out.
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