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Old 09-15-2016, 02:22 PM   #11
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Actually no. The aluminum piece fits over the brass piece but it not "connected" to the brass piece. All I needed to do is adjust the bracket that holds the burner so the aluminum piece mated with the brass piece without a gap between the two. The burner is held in place by a pliable piece of sheet metal that is screwed to the base. I removed the phillips screw holding the burner in place and very slightly bent the aluminum piece that holds the burner to put a little more positive tension on it when put back in place so that it rested/mated with the brass piece with no gap. Hopefully this helps. Happy to take more photos if it's too confusing.

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Old 09-15-2016, 06:44 PM   #12
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No you need the bend the bracket for the burner so the flue sets in tight against the brass. At lease that the way I did it.
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Old 09-15-2016, 08:50 PM   #13
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Hreck, just my luck I looked at my burner set-up and my problem burner was seated properly. When I manually light it, the flame is as true as the other two that light off when the piezo igniter engages. Whats troubling is the spark intensity is as intense on all three burners. The only thing I can figure is the propane gas is somehow not getting disbursed in sufficient quantity near the point of ignition, in that burner to allow the ignitor to light it up, yet when lit, it burns evenly around the circle. Still has me stumped.
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Old 09-15-2016, 10:43 PM   #14
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I use a lighter too and it works perfectly. But hard to light with pizo
And I see the spark yet doesn't light
Has be baffled too
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Still kickin- That is something? I wonder if the flue is out of adjustment to the point that it's not letting enough LP go up to the burner to ignite? Even thou the flue is up against the brass inlet.
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