Low flame on 500 stove

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Low flame on 500 stove

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Any ideas what we cause a 500 stove to have a lower flame than normal? Thanks, Joe
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Main cause In my mind would be pressure.
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Re: Low flame on 500 stove

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It seems there is plenty of pressure, the pump gets to the point where it won’t even go down any further.
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I agree with Toby.

You might also have a little crud in the fuel pickup tube.

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Re: Low flame on 500 stove

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And/or a partially plugged generator.

Have you pulled the gen and inspected the innards?
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