How do you adjust a propane regulator?

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Adjusting a propane regulator can be dangerous if you have never done it before. To adjust an LP propane regulator you will need a set of screwdrivers. Begin by closing the knob on the tank which is located on the top of the tank. You will now need to remove the plastic cap that is covering the adjustment knob. Now turn the screw in a clockwise position to raise the flow of pressure. Turn it counter clockwise to lower the pressure. Now all you have to do is replace the cap and reconnect your LP tank.
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They aren't adjustable. Usually what happens is they get corrupted with oil. The oil comes from leaving the valve open on the propane tank for long periods of non-use. The gas hose
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