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Quote: Originally posted by mikimoore on 30/3/2012
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in addition to the above suggestions re making sure ALL the isolation valves/taps are open, some regulators have a small button that needs to be depressed in order for it to allow gas to pass through it - only needs doing when you change a cylinder but a shut down require you to do the same thing.
at the same time, do a quick check on yur gas hoses from the cylinder to the regulator, to make sure they are 'in date' - this wont stop your gas from working but some hoses do need replacing from time to time.
ps, just because you can smell gas at a cylinder, doesnt mean you actually have any gas in the cylinder, although technically a cylinder is never actually empty, a stenching agent (mercaptan) is put into the gas as it is actually odourless