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My grill won't heat up. If I reset the regulator and turn a burner on I can light one burner and flame seems fine. When I turn a second burner on the flame goes down.

The pressure regulator has gone bad. It isn't expensive and can be bought at Walmart or other home improvement stores that sell outdoor grille parts.

Aug 16, 2017 | Grilling

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I hardly get any flame to come out of the burner. It is like the regulator isn't letting enough gas through but I have changed regulators and the problem is still occurring. Any suggestions?

You're right. The regulator is not letting enough gas through, but there s a solution. Turn the tank valve OFF and disconnect the grill hose from the tank. Wait 5 minutes and reconnect the hose to the tank. Turn the tank valve on VERY, VERY, SLOWLY (slow motion slow). until it is completely open. Turn on and light the burner that's farthest from the tank and turn to the highest setting. Are the flames on that burner the way they should be? If so, continue to light any remaining burners following the same procedure. If all burners now have high flames when set to high, you've solved the problem. If it didn't solve the problem, do the first part of the procedure over again. If that still fails to produce higher flames, you will need to replace the Hose/Regulator Assembly. You can find them at any home improvement or hardware store that sells grills. Take your old one with you for comparison.

Hope this helped and Happy Grilling!

Mar 15, 2011 | Ducane Affinity 3100

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Regarding charmglow 720-0289. can't get a hot enough flame. cleaned all burners and made sure all orficis on the burner were clear even blew out with air hose

Are the burner flames diminishing as you turn on additional burners? In other words, is the flame size correct when one burner is lit, but too small when several burners are lit? Is the flame a nice blue color or yellow? If yellow, adjust each burner's air shutter at the end over each orifice. Have you tried adjusting the pressure on your propane regulator? (If it's red, don't mess with it) If it's a silver regulator and has a center cap, you can remove the cap to adjust the screw inside, by turning it clockwise in 1/4 intervals until the desired flame size has been reached. It's also possible that your burners have corroded closed somewhat. Do you have cast iron or stainless steel burners? Cast iron burners tend to corrode shut over the years due to moisture. Stainless steel burners just tend to rust away and flake, but usually become flare ups or out of control flames. Anyway, that gives you some things to look at. Hope it helps. Douglas

Jun 15, 2010 | Grilling

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Flame not going all around the burner. Is this a regulation probl

From what you are stating sounds like a back regulator. Call weber they should be able to help you get a new one. Grill regulator should be under warranty and they should send you a new one.

Jun 07, 2010 | Weber Q Grill

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My grill is on, the flame is burning, but the temperature never gets up to 300 degrees with all 4 burners going

Try this, turn on just one burner, once it is lit, turn on a second burner. If the flame on the first burner gets lower when you turn on the second burner, you probably have a bad regulator. Replacing the regulator is cheap and easy and may solve your problem.

Jan 10, 2010 | Kenmore Grilling

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Low flame

this is a problem with the regulator. It is not allowing enough pressure to maintain the burners when all are lit on hi. You can get these regulators at most major retailers or directly from th emanufacturer.

Hope this helps you out.

Jun 15, 2008 | Brinkmann 810-2300-B Grill

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Low gas Flame

check the vent plug on the regulator.

Dec 24, 2007 | Rangemaster 110 (Gas) Kitchen Range

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