Propane tank does not fill
Possible Cause: Propane tank was not purged properly
Solution: Take it to an authorized propane station and re-purge the propane tank
Notes: The purging process requires that all air is removed from the propane tank prior to the first fill
Possible Cause: The OPD float valve on the propane tank has been activated, closing the valve and not allowing the tank to fill.
Solution: Without the burner, attach the regulator to the propane tank, turn the control valve on for a few seconds to reset the OPD float valve
Notes: The OPD float valve is a safety device which is activated when the propane tank has been filled too quickly
Smelling propane / Leaking
Possible Cause: Set screw on the side of the propane tank valve assembly is not tight
Solution: Use a flat blade screwdriver to tighten the set screw
Possible Cause: Propane tank was overfilled
Solution: Bleed excess propane by opening the set screw on the side on the valve.
Notes: DO NOT OVERFILL the propane tank. When filled, the total weight of the tank + propane is less than 40 lbs, or the total amount of propane is less than 4 gals.