I've got a Brinkmann turkey fryer. I just upgraded my BK to a keggle and was going to do a dry run today to see how long it would take to go from ambient to boiling and then back down to pitching temps. Not actually brewing, just testing with plain ol' water.
So I fill the keggle with 12 gallons of water and start the burner. I walk away for a few minutes to supervise a little yardwork, then come back and my burner is out. I relight it and sit and watch. After about 4 minutes, the flame starts getting smaller and goes out.
What gives? The LP tank is full. Could it be a bad thermocouple? Is there a way to bypass the thermocouple? Is that safe to do?
Help me out!