Hey All, Had an instance last trip out, where I was not able to operate my Propane stove. I am just looking for input from someone that knows the components in the propane system enough to offer guidance. On Monday, I used the stove without issue. I had added an in-line gauge to monitor tank level, since we don't use the propane much, it's difficult to keep track of how much I might have in the bottle. Stove lit and performed fine that day. Was back out at a different site on Wednesday, and attempted to light up the stove. The only change I made was that I tried to 'spin' the gauge down so the face was visible while the bunk end was pulled out, as I had mounted the gauge facing 'up' when the pup was collapsed. Looked good, but I found that I could NOT see the gauge when the bunk end was extended, Doh! Anyway, it seemed that I did not have any propane flow. Opening the valve at the bottle did register a level on the gauge, so I don't think that the level was low/out. Opening the valve at the stove connection did not seem to let gas flow thru either, so my guess was maybe I had something going on 'upstream' if you will. In the course of adjusting the gauge orientation, I might have changed how my regulator was oriented. I honestly did not pay much attention to how it was sitting beforehand. Would moving that have any effect on the flow thru it? I see that it has a small vent hole indicated, and don't know if the direction that is pointed has any impact on regulator function, or of I have an issue somewhere else? Thoughts?