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Old 2015-08-07, 4:32pm
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I might suggest you have them light it for you and shut it off before you light it.

That way you can see if they crank the valves very hard when they shut it down.
The valves are made of brass and they don't need a whole honking lot of strength to close them. '
If the seller cranks them hard it can cause them to wear way too early but they can be repaired although I have no idea of the cost.
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