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Old 12-14-2015, 03:37 PM   #1
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32BHDS outdoor kitchen, no gas

Last time we took the camper out, I noticed that there was no gas at the outside kitchen. Everything was hooked up from what I could tell, and gas worked on the inside stove and oven. Nothing on the outside though. It worked before, and I haven't changed anything. Anyone have any ideas before I drag it to the dealer?
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Old 12-14-2015, 09:38 PM   #2
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Check on the underside for a kink in the propane line
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Old 12-16-2015, 07:56 AM   #3
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Crazy question, was the valve turned on where the quick connect is? Sometimes we overlook the basic thing when something won't work.

After trips, do you shut the tanks off? Maybe you didn't bleed the air out long enough is so???

As mentioned, line kinked?

Other than that, hard to say.

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Old 12-16-2015, 09:26 AM   #4
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Crazy question, was the valve turned on where the quick connect is? Sometimes we overlook the basic thing when something won't work.

After trips, do you shut the tanks off? Maybe you didn't bleed the air out long enough is so???

As mentioned, line kinked?

Other than that, hard to say.

Good luck!!!

Not a crazy question at all, but yes, I turned the valve on. And yes, I turn the tanks off after trips, and I tried to light the burners off for several minutes with the valve open and the gas on. I don't see any kinks anywhere. Very strange.
I feel like there are a limited number of things that it could be, but it's none of those.
I just thought of one thing though, I'm about to go try it.
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Old 12-16-2015, 09:38 AM   #5
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It was a long shot, but I thought maybe if I turned both tanks on it would make a difference. No dice.
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Old 12-17-2015, 12:19 PM   #6
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There will two shut offs, one is where you connect the hose at the edge of the trailer, another is on the opposite end of hose where you connect to the outside stove. May have accidently bumped one and turned it off.
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Old 12-17-2015, 12:45 PM   #7
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snip... and I tried to light the burners off for several minutes with the valve open and the gas on. ...snip
Can you hear any 'hissing' at the burner(s) outside?

The very first time the DW tried the stove on a trip, it wouldn't light (it did work during the PDI).

I could hear hissing at the burner so I knew the propane system had pressure to the stove. I just kept a lighter burning near the burner and kept it on for several minutes until the air was out and the stove burner lit.

We had some warranty work done on our unit before leaving on the trip. For whatever reason, the dealer must have opened the system.
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That happened to me as well, I used a different hose and it worked, so I hooked my air compressor up to the hose and blew thru it, and it had an obstruction, it worked after that.
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Same thing happened to me. Turned out the fitting on the stove was wrong and had to be replaced.
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That happened to me as well, I used a different hose and it worked, so I hooked my air compressor up to the hose and blew thru it, and it had an obstruction, it worked after that.
This is probably the right answer. Spiders love some of those fittings/hoses.
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