Originally Posted by brew hoperator
My flames are definitely not foreceful and are mostly yellow.
OK, that indicates one of two things could be wrong. Either you have a burner designed for natural gas or you have tripped the excessive flow cutoff valve. Some Brutus designs use a gas rail configuration. It may take a substantial amount of gas to pressurize the rail. If you open the tank valve quickly, the sudden rush of gas into the rail will trip the excess flow cut off valve in the connector to the tank. This is another recently added safety device. So, the fix is to open the tank valve slowly and pressurize the gas rail or the gas line before you open the ball valve and light the burner. Worst case, disconnect the tank connector and start over from scratch. Hook it back up and with the ball valve closed and just crack the tank valve. Wait a few seconds for the line to pressurize. Once pressurized you can fully open the tank valve without tripping the excess flow cutoff valve. Then proceed to open the ball valve some and light the burner. If you still have a low and yellow flame I would suspect you have a NG burner and the jet orifices are too big. I doubt that is the case, but it could be. Post back and let us know if this fixes it.