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I have two gas lights in my fish house. They don't seem as bright as they used to be. I cleaned the globe that's not the issue. Just not the really bright light like before. Is there a way to clean a oriface ? I haven't used the house for about 4 years

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Leave the globe on and remove the 3 screws. Use a gun cleaning rod or piece of heave wire with a gun cleaning pad. Insert and remove. Spider webs are hard to see. If that doesn't work remove the mantle and clean the last 3 inches.

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Could be that the propane is extremely cold and not flowing properly. Lately we've had quite a cold snap. Last year during the "polar vortex" my 20 pounder was stored outside in 20 below for a couple of weeks. When it warmed a bit we went fishing and I had a heck of a time getting my sunflower to ignite. Put the tank in the truck, warmed it up and the gas flowed like normal.

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