200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

I have a 5430 that only gives a good flame on one burner. Soon as I turn on the second left most burner the flame goes orange and high and loose the nice blue flame. If I leave it on it pops or barks and blows out the flame. I had it apart really didnt see anything wrong. They are very simple. Can it be that its just leaking at the valve where it goes in the burner tube?  See flames inside after it blows out the flame. I replaced the rubber seal and its much better but seems to be another leak. Are there suppose to be seals where the tube slips into the valve? Anyone seen this before?

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