loss of gas pressure

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  1. Family Guy

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    very very little gas pressure thought i had ran out of gas but when refilled (gasglow )only took 10 lts took bottles off they are full think might be regulator not enough pressure to run cooker heating any ideas what to check:winky:
     
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    is it a gaslow reg and pigtail or a standard one?
     
  3. david price

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    Try another regulator if you have one.Check all valves are fully open.
    Dave
     
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    Hi Eddie, is this post repair? if so has something gone wrong?
     
  5. Family Guy

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    standard regulator gasglow fitted auto changeover worked fine went off at bring and buy then came back on stayed on but wouldn't work cooker and heating now wont work any thing
     
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    if you have rubber pigtails they have been known to liquify the rubber, the resultant goo blocks the regulator. Just something to test.
     
  7. Family Guy

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    yes Paul now fully repaired i had stainless pipes fitted first trip since repair and had to use inverter to boil kettle for cuppa di used as an excuse to open a beer:winky:
     
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    is the reg higher or lower than the bottle tops?

    if lower then theres every chance the reg has been contaminated.

    or it could simply be a fault on the reg.
     
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    Check the isolation valves located under your cooker.Could have been knocked by something if you store stuff under there.
    Dave.
     
  10. Family Guy

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    thanks to lazydays garage

    just to let you know sorted gas problem was down to the regulator tried to get harringtons to fit but unable to do till next week but needed it for this weekend
    lazydays to the rescue what a difference a change in management can do my faith in them is returning a big thank you to the garage :thumb:
     
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