Question about Grilling
I have a Coleman 4000 grill and lately it is not heating up enough to cook the meat. It was working last week and there is plenty of gas...
What is the problem?
You had the burners on before you opened the valve on the propane tank.
this causes the safety in the pressure regulator to cut off most of flow, and the highest temp you'll get will be about 200 degrees.
turn off the burners and the tank, then disconnect the tank and let site for a few minutes. reconnect everything, and make sure you open the tank valve before the burner valves.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
The gas line. try this, turn on flame and move the tank around, try laying it down giving the hose a stiffer/more rigid connection. the flame s should come out a lot higher.
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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