Originally Posted by JZales
No. I don't smell or hear anything. I took off the bottom stove shield and sprayed connections and didn't see anything. However I am a little concerned that is currently the only stop valve.
Any idea how involved it is to replace the tank valve?
Depending on the valve manufacturer you might be able to rebuild the existing valve. But for that to be done the tank will need to be empty. Since its such a minor issue and your stove valves are not leaking, use the gas out of the tank then either have the dealer repair it or your local LP Gas Dealer