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So - about two weeks ago, after my first grill I ever bought of five years crapped out on me, I had to go and get a new one and picked up a Charbroil four burner grill. It was only $200 - I wasn't expecting much, but it turns out it was garbage and couldn't keep both sides of the grill lit at the same time. Full tank of propane, lots of reviews I read after the fact complained about the same thing. Another thing it was doing was making this weird buzzing noise near the tank...
So I take it back and buy a different grill...a Brinkman something or the other, same size same price, just hoping I had some bad luck with the Charbroil. I get it all put together and I'm still getting the same buzzing noise near the propane tank. This tank is full and the nozzle is on as tight as it will get. Is there something I'm missing here? Two different grills can't have the same crazy issue right out of the box can they?