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The stove will have a gas regulator on it, so assuming that it is performing as-expected, you cannot increase the pressure in order to generate more heat. The stove is designed to accept a range of pressures from the supply line to begin with and increasing the pressure beyond what the regulator is designed for would be dangerous. If the flame is mostly ...


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This may be a matter that can be adjusted within the stove. Dubious for DIY; get a gas appliance tech in to check both that the feed pressure is within the specs of the stove and that all 4 burners are properly adjusted. On the DIY side of it you should be able to check the burners themselves for any build-up or blockage with crud that might affect their ...


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The other possibility is that the gas meter can't support the BTU load of the fireplace, furnace, and water heater all at the same time. The meter itself has a max flow rate it can support (cuFt per Hour or CFH). The gas company can replace your meter with a larger unit for a small fee. I recently installed a 150,000 BTU pool heater. A month prior to ...


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It might be an indication that gas regulator on your water heater might be going bad or incorrectly adjusted. It sounds like it's allowing too much gas pressure and blowing out your pilot light. Your water heater should have a sticker that says what the regulator pressure should be set at. It will likely be listed in inches of water. Mine says 4"wc (wc = ...



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